Job ID: MS-124754 (90091129)
Onsite/Local Data Architect/Director with Data Modernization, data lakes/warehouse, visualization, Cataloging, federal grant (PHIG) reporting experience
Location: Jackson, MS (MSDH)
Duration: 5 Years
Provide the minimum required skills and/or experience the contractor must possess to qualify for this position. These
requirements will be transferred to the Score Sheet and candidates without these requirements reflected on their resume will
NOT be presented to the manager for consideration.
– Experience overseeing all day-to-day aspects (planning, organizing, budgeting, etc.) of multi-faceted data
management and/or modernization projects
– Collection, cataloging and leveraging of large amounts of data across multiple subject matters to enable more
accessible utilization and analysis of that data using data lakes, warehouses, catalogs, etc.
– Ability to effectively communicate with coworkers involved in the collection, management and development of agency
data resources in order to advance the agency’s data modernization goals
– Experience working under data and IT security national standards applicable to the management and security of
protected health information
– Working knowledge of data management, visualization and analysis tools used to organize, leverage and share
multiple forms of data
– Experience working with multiple types of vendors of modern data management and analysis software, systems, and
Provide any skills/experience that would be helpful for the candidate to possess but not required.
Examples: Previous supervisory experience, WebLogic experience helpful, etc.
– Experience working with or for government entities on data and/or IT-related projects, particularly as it relates to procurement and/or purchasing requirements
– Experience working under federal grant reporting and management requirements
Description of the job functions the contractor will be expected to perform.
– Provide general oversight and direction to the agency in its projects funded under the CDC Public Health Infrastructure Grant (PHIG), specifically under Strategy A3: Data Modernization. Projects include:
– Cataloging and organization of agency data resources with the ultimate goal of creating a public facing agency-wide data catalog,
– Selection and implementation of an updated process for managing external requests for data and public records, __
– Creating and implementing project timelines
– Consistent and effective communication with agency staff supporting the projects, and maintaining focus on project goals and meeting deadlines
– Collecting, organizing and leveraging large amounts of data across multiple subject matters to enable more accessible utilization and analysis of the data using data lakes, warehouses, lakehouses, catalogs, etc.
– As needed, developing a team of support staff to assist in management of data modernization projects