|Listed on:||6th January|
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Data architecture at Sage is all a part of giving large, medium and small businesses the tech to better manage everything from money to people. As a Senior Data Architect here, you'll be part of a global market leader but with a very local heart. We're a FTSE 100 company with £60m of new investment into the business, over 13,000 colleagues globally and we continually give back to our local communities.
This isn't just a Senior Data Architect role, though. It's the chance to learn so much more about dynamic data and be part of something amazing, right here in Winnersh! You'll work with a team of local tech experts, honing your skills and knowledge. And, as you transform the way our tech is delivered, you'll focus on our customers and increase revenue by providing deeper insights into those customers and using these insights to personalise their journey.
We've put together a strong team of professionals here and we're looking for more of the same. So we'll be looking out for hands-on techies who love the thrill of leading our data strategy. A background in liberating data from across a data ecosystem, including internal, social and product telemetry data, you'll be able to calculate and demonstrate costs, benefits, TCO and ROI over the lifetime of a solution. But our perfect Senior Data Architect will also be:
This is your chance to build a great career, right here in Winnersh. All the development you can handle and challenges galore. That means global hackathons, a Technical Fellowship programme and you'll get five training days plus five volunteer days per year so you can learn and give something back in the local community. And all this with a company that's as local as the annual Reading festival! At the office, we have plenty of on-site parking as well as near by amenities and bootcamp, pilates and yoga classes in the area. And of course, loads of fantastic tech... which reminds us: create something that we go on to patent and you'll get an Inventors' bonus.