Microformat Data Modeler
**Active TS/SCI w/ Poly required**
This position provides Data Modeling and Mapping support by mapping legacy data formats to and creating new formats within the enterprise microformat set. Specific duties include:
- Define and analyze data requirements, map legacy data stores and formats, create new data structures / microformats and perform architectural alignment with enterprise formats.
- Analytical skills to perform primary research for protocols and technologies and apply them to the microformat creation and mapping efforts.
- Ability to catch on quickly and be able to use this primary research to comprehend various technologies and apply this knowledge.
- Provide expertise in data harmonization and data modeling activities to support requirements and provide data modeling consulting to help Data Domain stakeholders develop new high quality data models and formats for exchange and storage in an agile fashion.
- Coordinate, meet, and hold Technical Peer Reviews with Subject Matter Authorities and Stakeholder communities to discuss and perform requirements and impact analysis to understand the data elements in their domains, relationships among those elements and interdependencies between models.
- Develop and maintain domain logical data model artifacts: Logical Data Models (LDM), Data Element Dictionaries (DED), Physical Data Models (PDM), Interface Control Documents (ICD), data format specifications, model release documentation, user guides, data harmonization and mappings.
Twenty (20) years’ experience in data or systems systems engineering in programs and contracts of similar scope, type, and complexity is required. Bachelor’s degree in technical field or related discipline from an accredited college or university is required. Five (5) years of experience using CASE tools for model development to include either proprietary tools (ERWin, ERStudio, PowerDesigner) or FOSS tools (ArgoUML).
Solid understanding of computer hardware, operating system software, firmware and network architecture.