Average Early-Career Data Warehouse Architect with Microsoft SQL Server Skills Salary

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The average salary for an Early-Career Data Warehouse Architect with Microsoft SQL Server skills is $58,900.
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Job Description for Data Warehouse Architect

Data Warehouse Architect Tasks
  • Guide and deliver technical design, implementation, and quality assurance for data warehouse projects.
  • Understand business intelligence needs and reporting requirements to ensure system compatibility.
  • Design and code ETL and data warehouse software, including correcting bugs or defects.
  • Architect, integrate, and migrate data from multiple sources, including logical, physical, and dimensional models.

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Popular Skills for Data Warehouse Architect

Skills in Data Warehouse, Business Intelligence, SQL and Data Modeling are correlated to pay that is above average.

Pay by Experience Level for Data Warehouse Architect

A mid-career Data Warehouse Architect with 5-9 years of experience earns an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of $104,144 based on 8 salaries. An experienced Data Warehouse Architect with 10-19 years of experience earns an average total compensation of $111,813 based on 20 salaries. In their late career (20 years and higher), employees earn an average total compensation of $110,696.

Years of Experience

This data is based on 36 survey responses.
Mid Career
22.2%
Experienced
55.6%
Late Career
22.2%