Data Management Lead

Category: Architecture
Main location: United States, New Jersey, Cranford
Position ID: J0422-2135
Employment Type: Full Time

Position Description:

Are you a thought leader, have strategic and hands-on skills, can support business development activities and are familiar with data governance, data management, data analysis, and data migration? If so, this leadership role is for you.

Join us as our East/Mid-Atlantic Emerging Technologies Practice (ETP) Data Management Lead and work with our senior team to enhance our data management capabilities!

This work will be performed from CT, PA, NY, NJ or DE.

Your future duties and responsibilities:

You will help by being responsible for guiding our data management delivery strategy and services, supporting business development, and providing leadership and hands-on support for client project work. You will provide both a leadership role and hands-on delivery services in the areas of data governance, data analysis, data modeling, and data management in general. Additional areas of responsibility will include leadership and support for master data management consulting, data migration, and data (taxonomy) development.

Be a key member of the ETP Leadership Team.

Help to develop our short-term and long-term strategy for providing data management services.

Be able to conduct as-is state analysis (MDM, data models, data governance) and develop recommendations of improvements as well as a data governance and implementation roadmap.

Analyze and translate business needs into long-term solution data models.

Evaluate existing data systems.

Lead development of conceptual data models and data flows.

Develop standard methodologies for data coding to ensure consistency within the system.

Review modifications of existing systems for cross-compatibility.

Implement data strategies and developing physical data models.

Update and optimizing local and metadata models.

Evaluate implemented data systems for variances, discrepancies, and efficiency.

Solve and optimize data systems.

Required qualifications to be successful in this role:

Bachelor's degree in computer science, information technology, or a similar field.

Candidate should have proven client facing skills, project leadership skills, and writing skills.

Three years' hands-on experience with physical and relational data modeling.

Experienced with metadata management and related tools.

Knowledge of mathematical foundations and statistical analysis.

Good interpersonal skills.

Experience with team management.

Superb communication and presentation skills.

Sophisticated troubleshooting skills.

Skills + Years of experience
7+ years Data Management and Data Strategy

7+ years Data Architecture and Modeling

7+ years Data Analysis and Data Analysis

7+ years Data Coding

7+ years Data Solution Development

Desired skills:

5+ years Information Architecture

5+ years Data Migration

5+ years Data Project Cost Estimating

5+ years Data Project Leadership

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Data Science/Data Management or related field.

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Skills:

  • Data Analysis
  • Data Architecture
  • Data Modeling
  • Data Migration

What you can expect from us:

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