About The Role
The IT Architecture and Analysis function is looking for enthusiastic Data Modellers to work as part of a team designing and maintaining the Society's Enterprise data models, providing support for changes to the Society's core IT systems and Management Information systems and applying standard industry practice and controls.
- The production of conceptual, logical and physical data models using industry standard tools such as Sparx EA.
- Contributing towards data governance and data strategy
- Working with development teams to produce re-usable XML messaging models
- Developing and maintaining the architecture road map
- Liaising with technical and non-technical stakeholders
About the team:
As a team, we work really closely with each other and various areas of IT. This enables us to maintain a 'family' feel to what we do; you'll support, care and succeed together. Within this close-knit team, you'll have opportunities to grow with us and to play a key part in a thriving, growing organisation - you'll feel like you belong. Appealing, right?
That's not all! We're passionate about what we do, whether this is conducting our key processes, making change happen to procedures or supporting the local community. We'll actively encourage you to be involved in a variety of fun, frantic fundraisers that can range from cake sales, to 'I'm a Celebrity' style eating contests.
You'll take pride in being here, and to make sure that you can cram all of this into a typical week as a Data Modeller, we are closely aligned to the Society values. These are designed to make sure you'll do what's right and we deliver our main promise; putting members first.
About The Company
IT at the Coventry is changing; we are currently undertaking an exciting transformation project that will shape the future of the organisation. As we progress on our journey we are seeking talented individuals who are passionate about delivering an outstanding experience for both members and colleagues in an environment where you will have the opportunity to be part of the future success of the organisation and work in an environment where personal and professional development is taken seriously.