Wolters Kluwer is searching for a Senior Information Architect in New York, NY. According to the post, "The Information Architect will be responsible for the definition, implementation and on-going refinement of an enterprise data architecture encompassing both transactional and information systems. The information architect will be involved in analyzing and selecting technical standards and establishing data objects, schemas and interfaces while balancing the need for both performance and security requirements. You will work closely with the content and product teams to understand the data and business models ensure proper definition, stewardship, distribution and storage of information."
Qulifications for the position include: "Minimum of 10 years of experience with data/information architecture and creating enterprise data architectures. Must have a demonstrated track record of effective problem solving and proven proficiency in designing, developing and communicating data architectures. Must be effective communicating and collaborating within cross-functional teams. 5+ years experience data modeling using XSD or DTDs. 5+ years experience working with XSLT or related tools. Experience with XML-based content management systems. Data/information modeling expertise at the enterprise level. Experience building meta-models. Understanding of taxonomies and ontologies. Understanding of the difference between rational modeling and object modeling. Experience in building/managing business intelligence and data warehousing capabilities. Knowledge of semantic Web standards such as RDF or OWL. Knowledge of NoSQL platforms (e.g. key-value stores, graph databases, RDF triple stores)."
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