In this role, you must have experience with designing, building, installing, configuring and supporting database servers, including (Oracle, Progress, SQL Server, MySQL and related database management technologies).
In this role, you will work as part of a multi-contractor team which is developing front-end user interfaces, moving data processing algorithms from the desktop tool to server-side processing, and designing and implementing tool data storage backends.
In this role, you will work directly with the business to identify immediate and longer term product, business process, internal user, bank, agent, and policyholder needs that will rely on data and reporting services.
This position will support the increasing demand for access to structured and unstructured data from multiple transactional systems by understanding requirements and helping to architect and implement database structures that meet performance expectations.
The Architect is responsible for creating the overall BI solution architecture and will work directly with developers to deliver this full life cycle project with optimal reporting solutions for the end users.
In this role, the successful candidate will provide architectural guidance for data architecture needs of all EIM&A competency centers, information solutions teams, and projects to ensure data architectural alignment and standards adherence.
This role is an anchor for the team in terms of vetting out technical considerations and architectural approaches. As we approach creating more internal projects to satisfy the immense need for new capabilities in our space.
The Big Data Framework Architect works as both a senior technical thought leader as well as a hands-on developer to conceive, design, develop and deliver a custom Extract-Load-Transform (ELT) solution to move and transform data in a Hadoop Big Data environment.