• Database Architect Lead

    Job Locations US-DC
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Information Technology
    Work Authorization
    US Citizens, preferred
  • Overview

    VariQ is seeking a Database Architect/Lead Data Scientist for a long-term contract with a Federal client in Rockville, MD. The candidate will be part of a large DevOps team working on modernizing an enterprise-scale system with national security significance. The Sr. Developer will actively collaborate with government Product Owners, Enterprise Architects, external vendor teams, and internal VariQ team members to create high-performance, scalable, cloud-native solutions based on stakeholder needs.  


    Additional Information:

    • Location: Rockville, MD
    • Salary: Dependent upon experience
    • Security Clearance: must be able to obtain a DHS/USCIS EOD Public Trust clearance
    • Available: within 30 days


    Required Skills:

    At a minimum, possess a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology Management or Engineering, or other comparable degree or experience.
    A minimum of ten (10) years’ experience in the IT field
    A minimum of six (6) years’ experience in large scale databases
    A minimum of three (3) years' experience in leading database teams, including data migration, transformation and O&M
    Strong understanding and experience in AWS architecture (EC2, S3, Redshift)
    Understanding and expderience in BI/Data Warehouses, Data Marts and Data Lakes
    Penchant for working in fast-paced, collaborative environments with a strong affinity for innovation.
    Strong Agile/Scrum fundamentals and experience
    Communication and leadership skills.


    Tech Stack - Required:
    Environments: AWS, Linux
    Database: Oracle, SQL Server, NoSQL, PostgreSQL, AWS RDS, Data Cubes
    Testing: Rspec
    Data Tools: Object relational mapping, ETL, Data Bricks, LiquiBase, Big Data

    Tech Stack - Desired:
    Environments: Azure
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    VariQ is an equal opportunity employer.


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