Data Modeler (Mid-Level)

Blue Clarity
Job LocationUS
Job TagFull Time

Location: Springfield, VA


An active security clearance is required for this position.
Location: Springfield
Salary: $80,000-$120,000/year

The mid-level Data Modeler works with data architects and metadata managers to model enterprise data, translating agency needs into long-term physical models and database designs in order to empower production systems.


  • Identify and describe relationships between data fields and how they are maintained in enterprise databases
  • Responsible for progressing and maintaining official description of enterprise datasets
  • Organize the integration of data and migration activities to enhance operating efficiency
  • Performs gap analysis of legacy application data structures and enterprise data warehouse
  • Performs analysis on enterprise data holdings to reduce redundancy of data within existing systems or improve the way to conflate datasets from one system to another
  • Analyze ETL processing to identify risk factors and make necessary recommendations to ensure data integrity in the data warehouse
  • Applies naming standards, and metadata standards, checks models in and out of Model Repository, and documents data model translation decisions
  • Participates in team discussions with other data modelers and data SMEs across the enterprise
  • Create new ontologies to improve problem solving within that domain


  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or specialized experience in a scientific or technical discipline, or equivalent Mid level experience as Data Modeler.
  • Demonstrated experience with ontology that encompasses a representation, formal naming and definition of the categories, properties and relations between the concepts, data and entities that substantiate one, many, or all domains of discourse
  • Experience in data modeling principles/methods including conceptual, logical & physical data models
  • Desired:
    • Experience with Collibra, Informatica or related data governance tools
    • Geospatial intelligence domain experience
    • Working experience with Geospatial intelligence metadata
    • Experience working with dimensionally modeled data
    • Experience in translating/mapping relational data models into XML and Schema
  • ‍Internal Corporate Responsibilities:
    •  Internal corporate responsibilities vary by role, are subject to change, and may include assisting with internal business development.

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