ETL Developer (BI Publisher)
- | US-NC-Raleigh
1 week ago
(6/28/2018 12:54 PM)
The ETL Developer will design, develop, enhance, performance tune and maintain Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) objects and scripts. They liaise among stakeholders to elicit, analyze, communicate, and validate requirements for changes to business processes, policies and information systems.
Partners with business and technology partners to elicit, analyze, design and document technical requirements to determine improvements
Translates business requirements into technical requirements
Conduct requirement analysis, design and implementation of business process changes
Develop, Extract, Transform and Load Logic that meet technical requirements
Conducts performance testing and tuning.
Write queries to correct, reformat, or move data
Gathering business and functional requirements for data transfers Tests data extraction/integration
Performs performance testing and tuning
Extracts, migrates, and integrates data for assigned projects.
Entry into governance systems
Support data warehouse build and infrastructure
Provide status reports to management team
Escalates project issues when necessary
1 years of relevant experience
Bachelor’s degree or international equivalent
Experience working with general ETL architecture
Experience with full life cycle of data including data analysis, ETL, dimensional modeling, data transformation and meta-data management
Exposure to ETL coding and database design
Strong knowledge of SQL and data manipulation and analysis
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Strong organizational, interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
Strong ability to extract, manipulate, and integrate enterprise data
To qualify, applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States, and should not require, now or in the future, sponsorship for employment visa status.
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