Lifeway IT is looking for a Business Intelligence Data Architect responsible for planning, coordinating, documenting, designing, and leading activities related to data integration and warehousing to support business intelligence, machine learning, data science, and other organizational initiatives. As a BI Data Architect, you will work closely with end users to understand processes, key performance metrics, and analytics while developing on-going relationships used to understand and resolve problems or design enhancements.
This is a place where you can bring your faith and work experience to join in the most important mission in the world: making disciples of Jesus Christ. Whether you’re a creator or storyteller, data guru or problem-solver, or anywhere in between, if you’re passionate about serving the church, we have a place for you. Lifeway has a strong Work from Anywhere (WFA) culture that is deeply focused on our mission and values. While headquartered in Nashville, TN, many of our positions are remote-eligible and have autonomy and flexibility with work hours. We provide equipment and resources to ensure team members have access to a productive and ergonomic workspace. Lifeway hosts all-team meetings several times per year and provides travel for key team gatherings for remote-based team members. Full-time employees are eligible for enrollment in our comprehensive benefits plans including healthcare, vacation and sick time, holiday pay, care days, 401(k) plan, maternity and paternity leave, adoption assistance, mission trip time, and more.
This is a remote position in the U.S with occasional travel to Nashville for in-person team gatherings.
Experience with relational, multidimensional, and NoSQL databases
Strong understanding of relational database structures, theories, principles, and practices and experience with database platforms including Snowflake and SQL Server
Proven project management experience with the ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks
Good knowledge of applicable data privacy practices and laws
Working knowledge of SDLC (system development life cycle) and change management practices
Exceptional analytical, conceptual, and problem-solving abilities including the ability to conduct research into database issues, standards, and products as required
Strong written and oral communication skills including technical architecture and technical support documentation, strong presentation skills, and the ability to present ideas in user-friendly language