Day in the Life:
Responsible for ETL program design, coding, unit testing & production support of ETL programs, primarily using Informatica PowerCenter.
What You Will Do:
Performs support of ETL processes to support production processes.Debug, deploy Informatica mappings, SQL/stored procedures and Unix shell scriptsPerforms ETL program design, coding, unit testing, QA, and work with business partners to resolve any issues discovered during UAT.Responsible for peer-review of mappings and workflows when requiredMaintains production environments and roles ensuring a secure and stable systemMaintains all applicable support documentationResponsible for on-call rotation to support the application.Work and collaborate with BI team for delivering projects
What You Will Need:
A minimum of 4-6 years’ experience in ETL Development or SupportBachelor’s degree in related field Ability to troubleshoot complex mappings and workflows in a production environmentExperience in SnowflakeFluency in SQL and relational databases (e.g., Oracle)Experience with Unix Shell ScriptingStrong Oral and written communication skills.
Nice to Have:
Experience with cloud technologies (e.g., AWS, Azure)Experience with Schedulers (ESP,UC4 etc)
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