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Information Architect in Latham, NY at Angiodynamics, Inc.

Date Posted: 9/5/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Latham, NY
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    9/5/2018

Job Description

This person strengthens the impact of, and provides recommendations on, business information that will need to be available and shared consistently across the organization through the identification, definition and analysis of how information assets aid strategies and business outcomes. The Information Architect (IA) is responsible for discovering the data and analytics requirements for information for all uses.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Influence information strategy: By partnering with business unit leadership, and through the rationalization of the information value chain, the information architect will provide strategic recommendations to maximize the value of information assets via their creation, access and use.
  • Maximize value derived from data and analytics: Foster value creation using the organization's data assets, as well as the external data ecosystem. This includes aiding value creation through data exploitation, envisioning data-enabled strategies, as well as enabling all forms of business outcomes through analytics, data and analytics governance, and enterprise information policy.
  • Data Integration: Responsible for recommending/designing the future integration of data into the business process model through the use of ETL, API’s, XML and appropriate technologies.
  • Surface information priority: Assess the benefits and the risks of information by using tools such as business capability models to create an information-centric view to quickly visualize what information matters most to the organization based on the defined business strategy.
  • Enhance decision making: Use tools such as business information models to provide the organization with a future-state view of the information landscape that is unencumbered by the specific data implementation details imposed by proprietary solutions or technologies. Assist decision design.
  • Enable effective data and analytics governance: Suggest who can take what actions with what information, and under what circumstances. Assist data and analytics leaders, and business and IT leadership in developing information governance processes and structures.
  • Conduct business information modeling: Create and manage business information models in all their forms, including conceptual models, relational database designs, message models and others.
  • Manage risk: Aid the definition of data classifications and data zoning to allow information assets to be immediately identified and proactively managed as more information becomes federated in a digital economy.
  • Enable enterprise information management: Ensure that the architecture is used as a lens and a filter to identify, prioritize and execute the data and analytic initiatives with clear line of sight to enterprise strategies and business outcomes.
  • Secure data and analytic assets: Aid in the analysis of data and analytics security requirements and solutions, and work with the Senior VP of IT to ensure that enterprise data and analytics assets are treated as protected assets.
  • Roadmap: Architecting the strategic data architecture roadmap and creating a short-, medium- and long-term implementation plan including data modeling, database design and the development of data relationship structures to meet business requirements and objectives.
  • Improve EIM performance: Aid efforts to improve business performance through enterprise information management (EIM) solutions and capabilities, such as master data management (MDM), metadata management, analytics, content management, data integration, and related information management or information infrastructure components.
  • Collaborate with data and analytics leaders, information management staff, solution developers and business domain stakeholders, such as information managers, data stewards and business analysts across all departments
  • May perform other duties as assigned

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