Mid-Sr DataStage Developer/Architect
Company: Apex Systems, Inc
Location: San Antonio
Posted on: December 9, 2018
Title: Mid - Sr DataStage Openings Duration: 6 months Contract to HireLocation: San Antonio, TXHours: 8-5Interview Process: Resume Review follow by phone interview followed by an onsite/skype interviewNumber of Openings: 1 Mid - 2 Sr Relocation Assistance: NoEligible to Enroll in Apex Benefits during the contract periodHours worked = Hours paid during contract period US citizens and those authorized to work in the US without needing sponsorship are encouraged to apply. Unfortunately we are unable to provide sponsorship at this time. Role Description: An ETL senior developer is responsible for developing data flow architectures (designed by an ETL Architect) within various integration patterns for loading analytical structures (DW, DM, ODS etc.), or integrating and migrating applications (EAI). In doing so, he/ she leverages industry-strength data movement technologies such as InfoSphere DataStage, Informatica PowerCenter or others. You will work to harden, enhance and support our data and analytics environments, cycles, data quality, dashboards and reports. You will partner with team members on projects that include Return-to-Service (RTS) analysis, break-fix enhancements, ETL framework enhancements, data quality enhancements, usage reporting and general design, coding and release/build activities. The person must be able to:--- Configure and customize the chosen ETL tool for client installations.--- Optimally leverage the ETL tool components for developing efficient solutions for data management, conversion, migration and integration. Develop overall design and determine division of labor across various architectural components (for example ETL tool vs. database).--- Deploy and customize Standard Architecture components.--- Mentor client personnel. Train junior staff on the Integration Methodologies and related supplemental solutions.--- Support development of task plans including schedule and effort estimation, under the guidance of an ETL architect. Required: ETL experience using either Informatica or Data Stage or an equivalent technologySQL UNIX Shell Scripting Other Top Requirements: Resources will have the following skills / experience / background:--- Advanced ETL experience using either Informatica or Data Stage--- Strong individual contributor in complex Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence project implementations; leadership experience a plus--- Proven experience in working directly with business customers--- Strong SQL skills including complex query building and query performance tuning--- Data analysis skills - ability to dig in and understand complex models and business processes--- UDB, SQL Server, Oracle, My SQL, Netezza or Teradata database experience--- Strong UNIX shell scripting skills (primarily in COBOL, Perl)--- Strong understanding of Data warehousing design concepts/skills--- Data profiling experience--- Defining and implementing data integration architecture--- Strong ETL performance tuning skills. The ability to quickly and efficiently analyze and resolve performance issues within variety of operational environments--- Demonstrated ability to analyze data concerning production volumes, batch schedules, and i/o statistics--- Proven problem-solving / problem resolution abilities.--- Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access) Preferred:--- Dimensional data modeling skills--- Familiar with Agile Development Methodology--- StarTeam Software Configuration Management Tool--- SAS Experience--- Business Objects (Webi, Xcelsius, Crystal Reports) or an equivalent technology--- MS Analysis Services--- General Host Knowledge--- StarTeam Software Configuration Management Tool--- Control-m scheduling tool--- Proficiency in scripting (in order of preference): Korn, Perl - provided by Dice DataStage, Business Objects, SQL, Cognos
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