Senior Data Engineer - Andover

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    Hampshire, Andover

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    Up to £615 per day (Inside IR35)

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Our defence sector client based in Hampshire is recruiting an SC cleared Senior Data Engineer on a contract basis, initially until the end of February 2024 with scope to extend. The role can be delivered remotely but there is an expectation that the successful candidate will be willing to be in the office (Andover, Hampshire) to start and then move to 1 day per week in the office once up to speed. The role offers a day rate of up to £615 per day (Inside IR35).


A&RP Evolve emanated from the initial work in the Demand space undertaken in the Forecast and Resource Planning (F&RP) programme at Fd Army HQ. This work is still in progress and aims to improve the granularity/richness of the Demand signal by building activity stacks from an event level perspective, “bottom up”, with eight stacks already built and another three in development. Having a more granular event level view of the future activity enables a more accurate and informed support solution. The stacks are built from manual “data cuts” from various existing applications and sources. This process is very time consuming and therefore requires automation from a data point of view; this will enable the full breadth of equipment to be captured. The work to automate the data feeds from OPUS/Churchill/TAFMIS is already underway and is planned to be complete by the beginning of October 2023.

Once the data feeds are automatically fed into Veritas via the ADW, an exercise is required to verify that the data feeds are being fed into Veritas correctly and that Veritas has been configured correctly against the existing manual A&RP Evolve process. Immediately after this, a verification exercise is required to compare the automated data against the manual activity stacks in order to identify missing/grey data within the automated feeds.


  • Experience/knowledge of Field Army IX systems – the Single Tasking Mechanism including CHURCHILL, MUSTER, MARSHALL etc
  • Solid background in data analysis & manipulation
  • Previous relevant experience working/interacting with HQ Field Army and the systems used by them
  • Knowledge of equipment support planning within the Army
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