Data & Analytics Architect

Microsoft, data & ai, lot of experience, consultant

Data is the new gold and we’re looking for gold miners — smart people who can find and extract data wherever it lies, who can mine it and turn it into something useful, who can create wonderful, shiny things with it.

Your goal is to create end-to-end, integrated data solutions. You’ll help our customers achieve their data goals from a functional and/or technical standpoint. Some of the team also approach the data challenge from a more strategic angle, by talking to senior management about how their organization can become truly data driven. This means evangelizing the data gospel to the business community from time to time.

A deep passion for data is essential. Sound like you? Then let’s talk.

What will you be doing as a Data & Analytics Architect?

As a data and analytics architect at delaware, we expect you to define top-notch data architectures that will allow the proper capture of data, its transformation and visualization, and its preparation for analytics and data science.
You will take the technical lead. This includes providing guidance to the technical teams (data engineers, data analysts, data scientists, etc.) and reporting to the project manager, with whom you will work closely.

Taking the lead also means that you will define the role the data platform plays in preparing data for business use cases.
You will provide training and guidance to our junior profiles, so they can learn while working on your projects.

At delaware, the job gets done wherever the work gets done, whether that’s at home or at one of our six offices in Belgium. Flexibility is in our DNA.
Together with your team, you will be working in project mode, meaning you won’t be working with a single customer for an extended period. Our customers operate in a variety of sectors: industry, media, food, agriculture, etc.

Want to know more? Then get in touch and we can tell you all about some of our exciting projects.

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Is there a match?

  • Are you tried and tested when it comes to setting up data architectures? With a track record of at least 5+ years of experience in the field, you’ve built up a large bank of expertise on data architectures, data engineering, BI-systems, data visualization, etc.
  • You have a human touch, meaning you’re able to guide workshops and lead a team of technical experts, but you’re also able to discuss and align projects with our customers.
  • You always understand what the team of technical experts is doing and what they should do next, and you provide them with guidance when needed.
  • You are fluent in French, either because it’s your native language or you’ve learned it during your career. In our technical domains, English is a pre-requisite.
  • You are confident with Microsoft technologies and the Azure data eco-system, such as Azure Data Factory, Data Lake, Azure Synapse, Databricks, Azure ML, Power BI and more, etc.

A degree in computer science or civil engineering is a nice plus, but it’s definitely not essential. Experience and expertise are higher up on our wish list.

Let's meet up!

Come and have a chat with us and tell us all about your skills, talents, expertise, and previous experience. Are you keen to help us grow our Data & Analytics team? Please get in touch with us if you have any questions whatsoever.


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