GIOS Technology Limited
Senior Data Analytics Architect & Management Consultant [Pharma sector]
Key Skills: Data Analytics, Big Data, DWH, Cloud solutions, Azure, GCP, AWS,
On behalf of large Global IT services enterprise we are looking for experienced Senior Data Analytics Architect and Management consultant with following skills and expertise to lead their team based in London, UK.
Prerequisites & Technical Skills Needed
You will be expected to perform below activities
a) Engage with global executive leadership to shape the broad analytic vision for the business group, ensure alignment across stakeholders, and facilitate progress
b) Identify opportunities and partner with business executives to set priority, manage expectations, facilitate change needed to activate insights, and measure impact
c) Deconstruct problems and goals to form a clear picture for hypothesis generation and use best practices around analytic approaches and technology to solve business challenges
d) Proactively shape and nurture the vision and practice of the global data strategy and engagement team
e) Present frequently to senior leadership team on data & analytics road maps, solution proposals and innovation ideas including recommendations on enterprise architectures and technology direction.
f) Establish best practices for big-data technologies tools and own processes related to model selection, accuracy and efficiency
g) Engage and motivate a highly effective team of delivery leaders and technical managers; Manage their performance and growth, coach executive engagement skills, and develop potential successors
h) Communicate clearly and effectively with business users and agile teams through all phases of the development life cycle
i) Proliferate knowledge on the latest data technology and best practices
Additional Skills Required
i. Experience of working in large digital transformation engagements within the pharma domain with knowledge of data and business processes across areas of R&D, Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Commercial areas would be preferable.