Federal - Analytics Lead **
Organization: AccentureFederal Services
Location: New York, NY
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The Analytics lead provides technical expertise to set the technical direction and manage issues, architecture, technical integration and technical service levels for the analytics and CDC/ETL development work streams. Defines and designs technical requirements to support business requirements, participates in detailed design and code reviews, reviews system performance and consumption issues, reviews test plans, and provides technical guidance and support to others. Manages project and project team. Develops process capabilities. Works within the confines of a stringent technical architecture while demonstrating expertise and providing insights and recommendations into best practices. US Citizens Only.
- Understand client business needs & objectives; participate with client to understand and further define architecture requirements and strategy
- Build strong client relationships, communication effectively, and manage expectations at all levels
- Create work plans that define scope, resources, milestones, quality, risk, deliverables, and acceptance criteria; ensure that application technical design remains within project scope
- Estimate and procure required staffing, skills, and other resources as needed
- Facilitate sharing of best practices, and identify and drive productivity improvements
- Plan, develop, and enforce technical standards for development teams
- Coordinate the design and development of technical work estimates; provide accurate and useful status reports
- Identify and communicate risks and issues to the appropriate parties in a timely manner
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