Work for us
- Data Warehouse
- NHS AfC: Band 8a
- Full Time 37.5 hours per week
- Stella House or Eastbourne
- Newcastle or Eastbourne
- £42,414 to £49,969 per annum
- Today at 23:59
The NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) is the main processing facility and centre of excellence for payment, reimbursement, remuneration and reconciliation for NHS Dental Practitioners, Pharmacists, NHS Pensions and other affiliated parties.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Data Warehouse and Repository Developer to join our team.
The post holder will be responsible for leading the design, development and implementation of data warehouse content for specified business services within the NHSBSA enterprise data warehouse. They will use their expertise in data management and data modelling to drive the efficient delivery of business intelligence solutions and reporting outputs, as well as building solutions to underpin and accelerate data science and knowledge discovery.
They will be responsible for the full development lifecycle from stakeholder engagement; requirement gathering and data model design; meta data and data quality definition capture; database design, development and data model integration; through to data repository solution implementation in conjunction with the developers of related areas of the data warehouse.
The post holder will also provide expert advice to ensure that data / insight requirements are included as part of all systems developments. They will provide leadership in transitioning from local reporting mechanisms to using advanced business intelligence tools. More broadly, the post holder will be taking forward the Information Services vision by delivering strategic data solutions for the NHSBSA that facilitate the provision of accurate and reliable information to the NHS, government and other external bodies.
Although the data warehouse has been built using Oracle technology, candidates with experience of all data warehousing technologies are encouraged to apply.
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Further details / informal visits contact
Martin Dillon 0191 203 5483