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Senior Manager – Technical Architect (Data) – Change Command

Reference
1615580
Contract Type
Permanent
Sector
Public Sector
Location
Birmingham, London, Bristol
Salary
£53,053 - £66,822
Expiry Date
28/01/2019
We are currently looking to recruit a G2 Senior Manager - Technical Architect (Data) to join Change Command, playing a key leadership position in delivering a significant portfolio of change activity across the NCA

Job Description

This activity is transforming how the NCA delivers its mission to cut serious and organised crime. As an NCA officer you can make a difference! We are at the forefront of law enforcement in the UK and we look for a wide variety of skills and experience to protect the public.

 

The role will focus on coordinating the delivery of an exciting and challenging build of key operational capabilities within the NCA. Based from one of our hubs in London, Bristol or Birmingham the successful candidate will be responsible for providing specialist technical and data expertise to the Chief Architect, lead on data technologies, ETL, data integration, data enrichment, and data modelling (both logical and physical). Create and maintain the corporate data model, ensuring it aligns with the business needs, HMG strategies, policies, and standards. Create and maintain a roadmap for data and technology and ensure these align with strategic direction. Look across the agency and externally to identify and learn from data and information architecture developments and trends.

 

To be successful in this role you will have strong data architecture expertise combined with areas of deeper knowledge of technologies and practice, broad understanding of all architecture domains, and strong stakeholder and consultative skills. The successful candidate will also need to demonstrate they are conversant with typical IT strategy, policies and standards, and any industry regulations/constraints. A proven track record of delivering bulk data analytic capabilities, utilising an in depth knowledge and experience of current and emerging big data analytical tools and technologies and a systematic, disciplined and analytical approach to problem solving with demonstrable verbal and written communications skills.

 

Change Command is reponsible for managing and delivering a significant portfolio of change activity across the NCA and with partners. This activity is transforming how the NCA delivers its mission to cut serious and organised crime.

This role will focus on co-ordinating the delivery of an exciting and challenging build of key operational capabilities within the NCA

 

Key Responsibilities

 

Based from one of one our hubs in London, Bristol or Birmingham you will be working with internal and external senior stakeholders, business leads and colleagues in Change and other enabling functions to:

  • Provide specialist technical and data expertise to the Chief Architect, other members of the architecture team, and the wider NCA; leading on data technologies, ETL, data integration, data enrichment, and data modelling (both logical and physical).
  • Create and maintain the corporate data model, ensuring it aligns with the business needs, HMG strategies, policies, and standards.
  • Define and maintain enterprise wide data standards, practices, and design patterns, ensuring these align with the enterprise architectural plan HMG strategies, policies, standards and industry good practise.
  • Create and maintain a roadmap for data and technology and ensure these align with strategic direction.
  • Design (or assure if a 3rd party product) the data aspects of solutions and applications, including data structures, databases, file systems, schemas and metadata.
  • Establish and embed standards for data quality and its measurement.
  • Assure compliance with data architectures, standards, practices, making recommendations to higher design authorities as needed.
  • Lead workshops and similar consultations with users and others to identify user needs and how users consume and categorise content.
  • Look across the agency and externally to identify and learn from data and information architecture developments and trends