Data Architect

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Posted on Jun 14, 2024 by CV-Library
London, United Kingdom
IT
Immediate Start
£88.5k - £88.5k Annual
Full-Time
Company Description

Genomics England partners with the NHS to provide whole genome sequencing diagnostics. We also equip researchers to find the causes of disease and develop new treatments – with patients and participants at the heart of it all.

Our mission is to continue refining, scaling, and evolving our ability to enable others to deliver genomic healthcare and conduct genomic research.

We are accelerating our impact and working with patients, doctors, scientists, government and industry to improve genomic testing, and help researchers access the health data and technology they need to make new medical discoveries and create more effective, targeted medicines for everybody.

Job Description

We are currently recruiting for a Data Architect here at Genomics England.

In this role, you will play pivotal part in designing and implementing cutting-edge data architectures to support Genomics England's mission. You'll collaborate closely with cross-functional teams to understand business requirements and translate them into robust data models and architectures.

As a Data Architect, you'll have the opportunity to shape the future of our data landscape. You'll be responsible for defining data strategies, standards, and best practices to ensure the integrity, security, and accessibility of our data assets. Additionally, you'll play a key role in optimizing data processes and workflows, driving efficiencies, and fostering a data-driven culture within the organization.

Key Responsibilities

Understand and manage the data requirements by working with stakeholders to analyse requirements and identifying those of architectural significance
Formulating the data design including the various requirements as well as balancing the goals and constraints on the solution
Communicating the data architecture to various stakeholder groups within Genomics England
Developing data architectures including different data flows, data lifecycle, data security, durability, as well as applying consistent documentation standards and architecture methods
Supporting developers and making sure they can realise the data architecture by a combination of mentoring and direct involvement
Verifying implementations and ensuring the delivered systems is consistent with the agreed architecture and meets requirements
Defining architecture data standards are defined to ensure compliance. This may include Medical Device Accreditation (where relevant)
Ensuring that squads have available a set of standard patterns, guidance, and technical standards to help them deliver
Ensuring solutions are documented and assured through defined architecture governance processes Key skills

Knowledge in database technologies adopted by Genomics England including AWS native services, AWS Aurora, Neptune, OpenSearch, Redshift, Dynamo, Document DB, MongoDb, Hbase / Solar
Experience of architecting, building, and delivering modern data platforms
Familiar with TOGAF and other enterprise architecture frameworks
Experience and knowledge of data governance, data quality, and data cataloguing
Knowledge of master, metadata and reference data management
An understanding of Agile working practices and sprint based methodology
Capable of actively contributing to knowledge sharing in the Data Chapter
Healthcare experience is useful

Qualifications

No specific qualifications required.

Additional Information

Salary from: £88,500

Being an integral part of such a meaningful mission is extremely rewarding in itself, but in order to support our people, we’re continually improving our benefits package. We pride ourselves on investing in our people and supporting them to achieve their career goals, as well as offering a benefits package including:

30 days’ holiday (plus bank holidays), with additional days for long service awards
A generous pension scheme of up to 15% combined contribution
Life Assurance (3 x salary)
Individual learning budgets for every colleague, a Blinkist account and a wide variety of courses on our portal
A wide variety of wellness benefits including Gympass, a Headspace account, free weekly Yoga classes
Enhanced maternity & paternity benefits
Blended working arrangementsTalk to our Talent Team and find out how a career with Genomics England will benefit you.

#LI-Hybrid

Genomics England is actively committed to providing and supporting an inclusive environment that promotes equity, diversity and inclusion best practice both within our community and in any other area where we have influence. We are proud of our diverse community where everyone can come to work and feel welcomed and treated with respect regardless of any disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, or social background.

Genomics England’s policies of non-discrimination and equity and will be applied fairly to all people, regardless of age, disability, gender identity or reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, being pregnant or recently becoming a parent, race, religion or beliefs, sex or sexual orientation, length of service, whether full or part-time or employed under a permanent or a fixed-term contract or any other relevant factor.

Genomics England does not tolerate any form of discrimination, harassment, victimisation or bullying at work. Such behaviour is contrary to , undermines our mission and core values and diminishes the dignity, respect and integrity of all parties.

Genomics England operates a blended working model as we know our people appreciate the flexibility. We expect most people to come into the office 2 times each month as a minimum. However, this will vary according to role and will be agreed with your team leader. There is no expectation that staff will return to the office full time unless they want to, however, some of our roles require you to be on site full time e.g., lab teams, reception team.

Our teams and squads have, and will continue to, reflect on what works best for them to work together successfully and have the freedom to design working patterns to suit, beyond the minimum. Our office locations are Canary Wharf, Cambridge and Leeds.

As part of our recruitment process, all successful candidates are subject to a Standard Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. We therefore require applicants to disclose any previous offences at point of application, as some unspent convictions may mean we are unable to proceed with your application due to the nature of our work in healthcare

Reference: 221831291

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Data Architect

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Posted on Jun 14, 2024 by CV-Library

London, United Kingdom
IT
Immediate Start
£88.5k - £88.5k Annual
Full-Time
Company Description

Genomics England partners with the NHS to provide whole genome sequencing diagnostics. We also equip researchers to find the causes of disease and develop new treatments – with patients and participants at the heart of it all.

Our mission is to continue refining, scaling, and evolving our ability to enable others to deliver genomic healthcare and conduct genomic research.

We are accelerating our impact and working with patients, doctors, scientists, government and industry to improve genomic testing, and help researchers access the health data and technology they need to make new medical discoveries and create more effective, targeted medicines for everybody.

Job Description

We are currently recruiting for a Data Architect here at Genomics England.

In this role, you will play pivotal part in designing and implementing cutting-edge data architectures to support Genomics England's mission. You'll collaborate closely with cross-functional teams to understand business requirements and translate them into robust data models and architectures.

As a Data Architect, you'll have the opportunity to shape the future of our data landscape. You'll be responsible for defining data strategies, standards, and best practices to ensure the integrity, security, and accessibility of our data assets. Additionally, you'll play a key role in optimizing data processes and workflows, driving efficiencies, and fostering a data-driven culture within the organization.

Key Responsibilities

Understand and manage the data requirements by working with stakeholders to analyse requirements and identifying those of architectural significance
Formulating the data design including the various requirements as well as balancing the goals and constraints on the solution
Communicating the data architecture to various stakeholder groups within Genomics England
Developing data architectures including different data flows, data lifecycle, data security, durability, as well as applying consistent documentation standards and architecture methods
Supporting developers and making sure they can realise the data architecture by a combination of mentoring and direct involvement
Verifying implementations and ensuring the delivered systems is consistent with the agreed architecture and meets requirements
Defining architecture data standards are defined to ensure compliance. This may include Medical Device Accreditation (where relevant)
Ensuring that squads have available a set of standard patterns, guidance, and technical standards to help them deliver
Ensuring solutions are documented and assured through defined architecture governance processes Key skills

Knowledge in database technologies adopted by Genomics England including AWS native services, AWS Aurora, Neptune, OpenSearch, Redshift, Dynamo, Document DB, MongoDb, Hbase / Solar
Experience of architecting, building, and delivering modern data platforms
Familiar with TOGAF and other enterprise architecture frameworks
Experience and knowledge of data governance, data quality, and data cataloguing
Knowledge of master, metadata and reference data management
An understanding of Agile working practices and sprint based methodology
Capable of actively contributing to knowledge sharing in the Data Chapter
Healthcare experience is useful

Qualifications

No specific qualifications required.

Additional Information

Salary from: £88,500

Being an integral part of such a meaningful mission is extremely rewarding in itself, but in order to support our people, we’re continually improving our benefits package. We pride ourselves on investing in our people and supporting them to achieve their career goals, as well as offering a benefits package including:

30 days’ holiday (plus bank holidays), with additional days for long service awards
A generous pension scheme of up to 15% combined contribution
Life Assurance (3 x salary)
Individual learning budgets for every colleague, a Blinkist account and a wide variety of courses on our portal
A wide variety of wellness benefits including Gympass, a Headspace account, free weekly Yoga classes
Enhanced maternity & paternity benefits
Blended working arrangementsTalk to our Talent Team and find out how a career with Genomics England will benefit you.

#LI-Hybrid

Genomics England is actively committed to providing and supporting an inclusive environment that promotes equity, diversity and inclusion best practice both within our community and in any other area where we have influence. We are proud of our diverse community where everyone can come to work and feel welcomed and treated with respect regardless of any disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, or social background.

Genomics England’s policies of non-discrimination and equity and will be applied fairly to all people, regardless of age, disability, gender identity or reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, being pregnant or recently becoming a parent, race, religion or beliefs, sex or sexual orientation, length of service, whether full or part-time or employed under a permanent or a fixed-term contract or any other relevant factor.

Genomics England does not tolerate any form of discrimination, harassment, victimisation or bullying at work. Such behaviour is contrary to , undermines our mission and core values and diminishes the dignity, respect and integrity of all parties.

Genomics England operates a blended working model as we know our people appreciate the flexibility. We expect most people to come into the office 2 times each month as a minimum. However, this will vary according to role and will be agreed with your team leader. There is no expectation that staff will return to the office full time unless they want to, however, some of our roles require you to be on site full time e.g., lab teams, reception team.

Our teams and squads have, and will continue to, reflect on what works best for them to work together successfully and have the freedom to design working patterns to suit, beyond the minimum. Our office locations are Canary Wharf, Cambridge and Leeds.

As part of our recruitment process, all successful candidates are subject to a Standard Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. We therefore require applicants to disclose any previous offences at point of application, as some unspent convictions may mean we are unable to proceed with your application due to the nature of our work in healthcare

Reference: 221831291

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