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Solution Architect - Digital Media & Advertising

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Description: 

Experience and Qualifications required

  • Degree in Information Systems / B Sc Computer Science or similar
  • +7 ¬†years experience working experience within the IT industry.
  • +5 years experience with Campaign Management, Data Management Platforms, Demand Side Platforms, and Customer Data Platforms.
  • 5+ years experience in architecting Advertising Technology programs with understanding of the Marketing Technology world in the context of personalisation - preferably Google platform: Big Query, SA360, DV360, Google Campaign.
  • Experience using RDBMS as well as NoSQL databases
  • 5 years experience with MDM (Master Data Management) and Big Data
  • 5+ years Worked on projects across multiple applications, SAP and non-SAP
  • 5+ Experience with all aspects of IT projects from business analysis, architectures, system analysis, and design through development, testing, implementation, and production support (SDLC).

Overall Responsibilities:

  • The solution architect strategically advises and shapes requirements for media solutions and creates high-quality data, application and technology architectures in support of the business requirements.
  • Leads the realization of the design into the final solution implementation.
  • Must be able to design and use of multi-dimensional data warehouses, and the use of ETL software to provide these with information.
  • Provide expert digital media & advertising guidance, ensure solution architectures and designs are in line with the digital media & advertising technology standards

Employer: 

Data Centrix

Location: 

Capetown

Salary: 

Market related

Job Reference: 

711920

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