The role requires delivering advanced data analysis, within a geographical context. Within a typical project the GeoRisk Technical Consultant would gather and analyse business requirements, identify suitable data sources (often from external suppliers), automate workflow, script technical solutions primarily using SQL and Python, Quality Assurance, document, and present results back to the end users.
The GeoRisk Technical Consultant must be able to multi-task, and have the ability to prioritise work that originates from a variety of internal stakeholders.
While being the custodian of the team’s production and development data set, the GeoRisk Technical Consultant also owns the GeoRisk technical environment including the IT infrastructure.
This includes the ownership of data quality, metadata, and archiving strategy as well as the implementation and improvement of data standards.
The GeoRisk Technical Consultant works collaboratively with third party suppliers, builds strong working relationships with Sourcing and keeps abreast of current trends in GIS development.
Key skills : 1) Experienced Python Developer2) Experience of Microsoft SQL Server and Open Source databases3) Experience of ESRI ArcGIS would be an advantage.
4) Experienced of automating workflows and processed5) Experience of working directly with stakeholders from different business areas6) Management of large dataset and awareness of ways to handle large volumes of data7) Experience using technology from different vendors and willingness to explore and learn new ones