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Data Architect

Location: Utrecht, Netherlands Salary: €60 - €80 per hour
Sector: Consultancy Type: Contract
Reference #: CR/058908_1550570916

Data Architect / 12 months / Netherlands - Utrecht / Start ASAP

Requirements:

5 years Extensive and demonstrable experience in the operationalisation of facts
logical models
5 years of extensive and demonstrable experience in metadata modelling, modelling of
masterdata and integration modelling, with metadata-driven and
5 years of extensive and demonstrable experience in the design and realisation of
model transformations
5 years of extensive and demonstrable experience in information and data modelling
5 years Extensive experience in technical modelling forms that are characterised
by an anchor style; datavault, unified anchor, anchor modelling

Desirable:

Organisational sensitivity
Result orientation
Persuasiveness
Preferably graduated in computer science with a data-oriented
background, for example Relational Data Model or Fact Based Modelling.
ORM, FCO-IM

Order:

You have a broad knowledge of architectural matters with regard to processes, logic and interaction. You have a clear vision and expertise on fact-based modelling (ORM, FCO-IM, etc.), logical modelling and technical data modelling. But your vision is not limited to that. Thanks to your extensive experience as a data architect, you can also implement data-related aspects such as traceability, pseudonymisation, time travel and standardisation. You have good insight into the operational consequences of data models and you also think of the separation of concerns'; the separation (in data) of semantic, linguistic, logical, implementation and technical interests. You work closely with the Enterprise Data Architect and architects of the various domains. This is a PoC (Proof of Concept) with a go no-go moment to 6 weeks.

The Tax and Customs Administration is one of the largest data processing organisations in the Netherlands. The way we organise our data is essential for citizens and businesses in the Netherlands. Consider, for example, the income data that we share with many different parties. Or the pre-completed declaration, which makes it easier for taxpayers to file a tax return. We also want to be able to respond to developments in society, such as the increasing internationalisation, the increasing flexibility of entrepreneurship and the emergence of the digital economy. We are therefore working on a future-proof method of collecting, making available and making data available, so that clear and consistent interpretation is possible. Value creation and risk management go hand in hand.