Data Migration Principal Engineer/Solution Architect
Posted on Mar 27, 2021 by Source Technology
Role: Datalake Migrations Solutions Architect/Principal Engineer
Location: Geel area, Belgium
Start date: ASAP
Duration: 30/11/2021 after this 6 month extension cycles (2-3 years)
Covid19: currently remote in the future onsite, important for building stakeholder relations
Our client in Belgium is making strong investments in driving forth innovations and disrupting the digital space they are active in. In order to do so a new opportunity has arisen for an experienced professional to step in and shape the datalake migration within their supply chain department.
In this role you will work with stakeholders from various levels to drive forward the EMEA datalake migration plan and approach as well as tooling and execution within the supply chain domain. You will take this project from Legacy to north star.
To succeed in this role you will work closely together with the technical architects and engineers to understand the requirements, support script design, test-cases and tooling. You have a solution-oriented mindset and can make quick decisions based on experience, which when challenged you can explain in easy terms why you did or didn't chose a certain tech or solution. You are someone who backs their own ability to deliver a strong and pragmatic quality plan, leveraging automation in data pipelines and verification scripts. You have a robust yet diplomatic approach to risk management and can work with the other architects to ensure all pieces fit together.
Our client is going from a Legacy MS SQL stack to AWS in combination with Snowflake, PySpark and Jenkins. Experience of conceptual and logical data analysis and SQL are a must have as well as the ability to use modelling frameworks such as Sparx or Erwin and automated data pipeline ingest. You are a team player and a good communicator who can filter out noise and separate the nice to haves from the must haves, identifying important tasks and deliverables.
please note that it is important to be onsite if and when possible in the Geel Area - the location is not available via public transport