Data Modeler

Position Title:
Data Modeler Position
o Design all new/changing data structures in the Banking environment.
o Reduce the risk of implementing new/changing data structures in the Banking environment.
o Optimize the utilization of data assets by governing investments via a data blueprint.
o Ensure that all technology directions create a positive customer experience.
Essential Functions:
o Design, model and implement data solutions meet the business needs and risk tolerance criteria of the enterprise.
o Ensure changes to the data environment generated by the department are compatible and compliant to the data blueprint and architectural standards.
o Participate in project reviews for departmental projects as the data architecture representative.
o Communicate findings and recommendations effectively and efficiently through department, as well as the central architecture group.
Other Responsibilities:
o Enforce data architectural standards via the Data Review Board and participation in all Banking projects that create new data store or modify existing data stores.
o Other duties as assigned.
Education, Experience, And Skills Required:
o Logical + Physical Data Modeling experience is a must with a minimum of 5 years experience, 7+ preferred o ERwin experience is a must o Hands on experience with Oracle, SQL Server, DB2 and Teradata is preferred o Experience with robust, operationally sound production environments is preferred.
o Experience with large/very large databases is preferred.
o Experience with large scale development projects, Internet development experience, large integration projects.
o Knowledge of software project lifecycle is a must.
o Experience with change management procedures is a must.
o Experience with deployment of database changes is a must.
o Demonstrated ability to investigate and learn new technologies and products is preferred.
o Understanding of distributed environments:
Unix, NT; Data, Application and Web servers.

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