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Contract Database Architect

  • £650 per day
  • London / Remote Working

Database Architect, Central London – Up to £650/day

Via analysis of ethically derived datasets, this digital agency deliver powerful trend reporting to its clients that accurately reflect the thoughts and behaviours of people across the social web. They need a Database Architect to oversee a brand new and very exciting role.

This Database Architect will have the following:
• Experienced database architect
• Able to quickly understand the opportunity from multiple data sources to scope and design a brilliant data solution
• Database needs to have a front end design for client input (up to 400 users) and using that back-end data to feed in to a further front end analytics capacity to understand gaps and opportunities in the data. Therefore, a good understanding of backend data design for front end consumption via a dashboard essential
• Gap analysis design using data
• At least 8 years’ experience in database design
• Experience delivering to senior stakeholders

The data will be a collection of contact information (name, location etc); client side data; marketing and partnership data.

To be clear, the database is the foundational asset that needs building to service the following objectives:

• Database backend to house and align all relevant client data
• Database front end to enable 400 stakeholders across the country to update information
• To merge this data with other client side data in order to run gap analysis
• To visualise real time gap analytics on a simple, custom front end dashboard


This Database Architect will need experience of running database projects that require these functions:

• 2 factor authentication for secure login
• Real time data alignment (automated de-duplication as multiple users input information across the country)
• Custom logins - users access areas attributed to them only
• Training workshop to non-expert users (client side) to show them how to use a database front end (to input and update data)