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Data Management Lead

Job Description:  Data Manager/Administrator (DMA) will lead a team that isresponsible for performingreporting and technical documentation activities for a largenetwork engineering, operations and maintenance program. The data management team isresponsible forreporting on service level agreements and creating technical documentation. As the lead, the candidatewill formulate management techniques for quality data collection to ensure accuracy and legitimacy of data. The DMA will: Devise and implement efficient procedures for data management and analysis. Create and enforce for effective and efficient data management. Establish rules and procedures for sharing data with the management and engineering teams. Create ad hoc reports or perform data analysis as needed. Ensure methods and procedures are in place form managing data integrity and backup/archiving. Monitor and analyze information and data systems and evaluate their performance. Participate in the development of new database and system tools that produce/store data the data management team uses. Required Skills, Certification, Experience, and Education:  Bachelor's Degree (preferred) from an accredited college or university in computer science, mathematics, engineering, or business or an applicable training certificate from an accredited institution and 10years ofdatabase managementexperience. Proven experience as data manager Ability to organize, store, and analyze data and ensure accuracy of reports and documents. Strong management skills. Troubleshoot data related problems and work with other teams that provide the data and specifications. Excellent writing and communications skills Experienced with and know intimately all Microsoft Office applications. Familiarity with modern database and information system technologies. Ability to learn new custom databases created to meet the customer requirement. Required Clearance: Active TS/SCI, with CI Poly Job ID 1851001
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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