In the role of the Data Integration Architect you will be the lead data engineer responsible for the development and support of an advanced data integration strategy, architecture and framework at the enterprise level. You will establish the management processes to create and govern the integration layer (ETL/ELT/PO/Data Hubs) between mission critical analytical systems and a variety of applications including managed services, on premise and cloud based applications. You should bring particular domain expertise as an architect with experience in designing, prototyping, creating, and modifying Data Integration Interfaces with a variety of tools is required. You will also have a strong knowledge of enterprise analytics, big data platforms, data exchange models, CRM, MDM, and cloud integration. As the Integration Architect you must have a strong hands-on development track record of building integrations utilizing a variety of integration products, tools, protocols, technologies and patterns. You will contribute to the development of roadmaps and migration plans for the integration of business systems to improve performance and reduce business costs.
Design and delivery experience with integration technologies such as Talend, Data Factory/SSIS, Data Integrator, Informatica/Cloud, SnapLogic, Boomi or Mulesoft required. Data base experience with MS SQL, Oracle or Hadoop also required.
With $13.5 billion in assets and $1.9 billion in common equity as of September 30, 2017, Hilltop Holdings Inc. (NYSE:HTH) is a Texas-based diversified financial holding company specializing in banking, mortgage origination, financial advisory and insurance through its wholly owned subsidiaries, PlainsCapital Bank, PrimeLending, HilltopSecurities and National Lloyds. PlainsCapital Bank is the 6th largest Texas-based bank by deposits. PrimeLending is a mortgage originator ranked 6th in the U.S. for purchase units in 2015. On Jan. 1, 2015 Hilltop announced that it had completed its acquisition of Dallas-based SWS. SWS’s broker-dealer subsidiaries, Southwest Securities, Inc. and SWS Financial Services, Inc., became subsidiaries of HilltopSecurities. Hilltop also includes National Lloyds, a niche property and casualty underwriter providing homeowners insurance for low value dwellings. With origins dating back to 1948, National Lloyds has an established Texas presence and is based in Dallas, TX. The Hilltop Holdings family of companies employs approximately 5,500 people in approximately 475 locations in 44 states and the District of Columbia.