Job Description :
DirectClient: Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC)
Solicitation#53700ITC662
Title: Data Architect/Data Migration Lead
Location: 1100 West 49th Street,Austin, Texas
Duration: Until 8/31/2019 with possible extension
Last date for submission: April 12, 2019 (2.00 PM-CST)

Job Description:
Worker will provide data migration lead services for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) 2000, Real-time Education and Counseling Network (RECN), acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) Regional Information Evaluation System (ARIES) (HRAR) Implementation Project.

Project began June 25, 2018. The effort supports clients with HIV/AIDS.

The HRAR Implementation Project combines and augments the existing functionality of HIV2000, RECN, and ARIES.

Data migration lead duties:
-Determines database requirements by analyzing business operations, applications, and programming; reviewing business objectives; and evaluating current systems
-Obtains data model requirements, develops, and implements data models for new projects, and maintains existing data models and data architectures
-Supports data analytics and business intelligence systems
-Implements corresponding database changes to support new and modified applications, and ensures modern designs conform to data standards and guidelines; are consistent, normalized, perform as required; and are secure from unauthorized access or update
-Follows agency guidelines on creating data models and various standards relating to governed data
-Reviews changes to technical and business metadata, realizing their impacts on enterprise applications, and communicates impacts to project manager and other appropriate parties
-Reviews measures to chart progress related to the completeness and quality of metadata for enterprise information to support reduction of data redundancy, and fragmentation and elimination of unnecessary movement of data and to improve data quality
-Utilizes agency’s data management tools and standards, usage guidelines and procedures for those tools

WORKER SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Minimum Requirements:
Years Skills/Experience
7 Managing the work of both Information Technology staff and program/business staff to achieve successful data migrations
7 Working closely with vendor and project manager to document a data migration plan and schedule, and managing the migration of data from legacy systems to the new system as per the schedule
7 Serving as the database architect on information technology system implementation projects
7 Designing and building relational databases; developing and manipulating database management systems, data warehouses and multidimensional databases
7 Archiving, recovering, and implementing databases
7 Cleansing legacy data
7 Providing a depth and breadth of database knowledge that shall help with formal design of relational databases and providing insight into strategic data manipulation
7 Being responsible for optimizing the organization''s strategic goals by following enterprise data standards
7 Creating and maintaining a centralized registry of metadata.

7 Understanding of EIR Accessibility standards and assistive technologies;ensuring that all user interfaces for database administration and inputting, viewing, outputting data(via reports) are compliant with accessibility standards
4 Working in the field of public health as a database architect
4 Being familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within public health organizations or a related HIV private sector medical institution
6 Relying on limited experience and judgment to plan and accomplish project goals
6 Working under limited supervision with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment

Preferences:
Years Skills/Experience
1 or more Understanding Electronic Health Records
1 or more Experience with public health information systems and software applications
1 or more Participation in Information Technology projects implementing commercial applications that meet Health Resources and Services Administration requirements

Client : HHSC