Data Architect

Clarion Housing Group Limited
36070.00 - 47150.00 GBP Annual
10 Aug 2017
23 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

SALARY: GBP40,080 to GBP47,150 (London)
GBP36,070 to GBP42,430 (Norwich)
JOB LOCATION: London or Norwich
HOURS: 36 hours per week
CONTRACT TYPE: 12 month Fixed Term Contract

Building Homes. Developing Futures.

We are looking for an exceptional Data Architect to join our Business Intelligence and Data team.

As a key member of our team you'll be accountable responsible for ensuring that the data assets of the Group are supported by a Data Architecture. You'll be responsible for setting enterprise data standards, principles and policies that will aid Clarion Housing Group in achieving its strategic goals.
Working alongside business data owners and data stewards the Data Architect is a focal point for representing the data so it can be understood throughout the Group.

We'll look to you to support the Data Governance Framework in driving continuous improvement in both design and quality of content, resolving any discrepancies in data definitions whilst contributing to the development of the information architecture.

Your initial priorities will include:

  • Identifying the applications role in "Producing" or "Consuming" master and reference data entity and documenting the life cycle of each master entity
  • Tracking conformance to data standards, validation rules, quality controls and procedures on the data capture processes specifically the new Dynamics suite
  • Support the Master Data Teams with identifying stewardship engagement points in the process models and flows and system configuration across the Clarion estate.

You'll already have experience of a range of technology solutions and a good understanding of the full-lifecycle of enterprise delivery projects, and previous experience working within an Enterprise Architecture function would be a great advantage.

We're looking for a great team player who works collaboratively and provides coaching and support to transfer their technical & data knowledge. You'll also be adept at working under pressure with strong planning, problem solving and prioritisation skill to meet tight deadlines.

This is a fantastic opportunity to utilise your extensive skills and experience to really make a difference.

Please note that the location of this role is flexible and the post can be based in either Norwich or London.

About Us
Clarion Group formed in 2016, following the merger between two of the country's largest housing associations, Affinity Sutton and Circle Housing Group.
With over 125,000 homes we are the country's largest housing group.
We attract and connect experience and people across every aspect of housing.
We plan and build. We attract people, support people and invest in creating platforms for thriving communities.

Clarion Housing Group is committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce. We wish not only to reflect the communities that we serve, but also to harness the wealth of creativity that diverse teams provide, including improved problem solving, innovation and dynamism. We are an organisation that encourages staff to be authentically themselves, which makes Clarion an effective and productive place to work.

As a Disability Confident Committed Employer we understand that people with disabilities are underrepresented in the workplace and that, as a result, we are missing out on vital skills and knowledge in our organisation. Please don't hesitate to let us know if you have a disability or long-term health condition so that we can automatically shortlist you for an interview, as long as you meet the minimum selection criteria for the position.