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Location
Swindon / Remote
Advertising Salary
£50,000 - £60,000

The opportunity

The main responsibility of this Data Warehouse Manager is to lead The Openwork Partnership's Data Warehouse team, who are responsible for building a modern data warehouse, aligned to best practice, and providing high quality data to the business for informed decision making.

You will manage and develop an agile team to help deliver a world class data solution for The Openwork Partnership that will help unlock insights to drive the business forward.

This is a hybrid role based out of our Swindon office. The role will be largely remote but will require some time in the office.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Manage, coach, and develop a highly productive and knowledgeable agile Data Warehouse team. Lead the team to be experts in their field and fulfil their career ambitions.
  • Define the strategy for development and support of the Openwork Data warehouses.
  • Drive the development and maintenance of best practices, including delivery, coding, and configuration in line with the quality, regulatory and security needs of Openwork, its advisors, and clients.
  • Manage the day-to-day relationships with Technology to ensure data delivery is reliable, high quality and good value.
  • Develop and embed robust support processes for data and the data warehouse. Ensure alignment to compliment production procedures and in collaboration with 1st/2nd line support teams and SLA’s.
  • Work with teams across Technology to standardise effective support, communication, and acceptance into service governance.Focusing meeting both SLA’s and the needs of the end user.
  • Coordinate delivery of outputs together with the data team and wider as required (liaising with the customer, business units and external suppliers).
  • Drive continuous improvement to optimise productivity and operational performance.
  • Drive forums that encourage a data community and assist in identification and prioritisation of data and BI outputs.

What will you need to succeed?

  • Experience managing and working in an Agile team, delivering data warehouse / MI change.
  • Proven track record of delivery through technical teams working with consultants, architects, and senior development/ETL leads.
  • Knowledge of modern Data Warehouse, Reference data, and MI/BI development.
  • Experience in modern platform and cloud-based Microsoft Data warehouse Solutions including SQL & Azure.
  • Technology architecture and domain-driven design.
  • Preferable Qualified Scrum Master (CSM), Scrum Professional (CSP), or equivalent experience.
  • Good understanding of the UK financial services marketplace & GDPR.
  • Strong planning and prioritisation skills.
  • People leadership, performance management, mentoring and coaching.
  • Public Presentation of Technical ideas/Practices experience.
  • Strong relationship building and communication skills with the ability to influencing people and work collaboratively.
  • Customer focused.
  • Agile development / DevOps / CI/CD.
  • Management of budgets and investment.
  • Strategic & leadership visioning.
  • Analytical thinking and technically conversant.
  • Technical product awareness & improvement.

Why The Openwork Partnership?

We're a dynamic, fast paced, and growing business with huge ambition. This is all made possible by the brilliant people who are part of The Openwork Partnership family. We're investing heavily in our colleagues, continuously striving to give them the platform to develop personally and professionally and reach their full potential.

We’re also very proud of our culture, as one of the Best 100 Large Companies to work for in 2021. The Openwork Partnership values, and respects individuality and we are committed to building an inclusive culture and environment where you can balance a successful career with your commitments and interests outside of work. We believe that you will bring your best self to work if you are trusted to choose when, where and how you do it.

On top of offering a modern workplace with bags of development opportunities, we also offer a highly attractive benefits package to reward you for your hard work. This includes a competitive base salary, an industry-leading annual bonus, car allowance, enhanced pension, critical illness cover, income protection and a range of other flexible benefits.

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