Data Architect

Company Name:
Data Virtualization
6+ years of IT work experience in infrastructure/systems environments performing systems planning, data modeling, architecture design, engineering (hardware and software) and optimization.
Responsible for providing senior level expertise/technical guidance on decisions and priorities regarding the enterprise''s overall systems architecture.
Facilitates the establishment and implementation of standards and guidelines that guide the design of technology solutions including architecting and implementing solutions requiring integration of multiple platforms, operating systems and applications across the enterprise.
Reviews, advises and designs standard software and hardware builds, system options, risks, disaster recovery, cost benefit analysis and impact on the enterprise business process and goals.
Develops and documents the framework for integration and implementation for changes to technical standards.
Assists in the development of and manages an architecture governance process.
Responsible for the strategy, integration and design of applications and platforms using Composite Software.
Creates, validates and/or implements hardware and software design changes required for application.
Provides direction to the development team in execution of the construction, enhancement, and operation of the application using Composite Software.
Basic Qualifications:
10 years of experience with designing and implementing high availability systems running on open systems using virtual servers.
7 years of experience of overseeing or directly designing, implementing, and/or managing internal and external application or electronic data interfaces.
7 years of experience with designing, deploying, and/or managing secure data exchange between internal and external systems.
7 years of developing and managing change control.
Job Title: Data Architect
Job Code: 11-CSPJP00020600
Location: New York, New Jersey, New York, US
Pay rate: DOE
Duration: 6 Month(s)
Experience: 6 - 10 years
Recruiter: Samuel Suryawanshi
Email-ID: samuel. ;

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