Semantic Web Jobs: University of Michigan

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The University of Michigan is looking for a Data Architect Lead in Ann Arbor. According to the post, “The Medical School Data Management Services group is seeking a qualified candidate to lead the charge on a data warehouse, reporting and dashboard strategy ensuring rapid delivery while taking responsibility for applying standards, principles, theories, and concepts to analyzing and modeling data in order to promote sharing and management of those data assets.”

Qualifications for the position include: “Demonstrated familiarity with common data schemas and domain- centric data models. Five or more years of experience in planning, designing, and leading teams in construction of data warehouses. Experience leading data governance and quality control initiatives. Experience with analytics, reporting and business intelligence tools and techniques. Experience with ETL tools such as Pentaho or Informatica. Experience with development processes and tools, such as Eclipse, version control systems, test- driven development and build tools. Experience with ontologies and knowledge models related to health informatics and the application of the same to data models and advanced decision making. Familiarity with UMLS, SNOMED-CT, RxNorm, and other relevant clinical and research terminology systems. Experience with database technologies such as RDF, NoSQL and multi-dimensional cubes. Experience with Cloud computing, such as AWS is a plus.”

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