Our Client is seeking an Oracle/ETL Developer in the Pittsburgh, PA area. The successful candidate will consult with internal business groups to provide appropriate application software development services or technical support.
Additional responsibilities include:
Design and develop application to support regulatory reporting, ensuring the application is designed and developed in line with the enterprise architecture principles
Work with multiple departments in a global team structure to drive the solution best suited for the application.
Drive design review and development using agile methodology and tools
Leverage and utilize enterprise and reusable solutions and services to gain efficiencies and consistencies
Partner with business and technology stakeholders to understand business and technology roadmap and drive process improvement and automation
To succeed in this role you will need the following:
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related field
8-10 years of experience with the architecture, design, and development of data warehousing, ETL, and Business Intelligence solutions
Prior experience working on databases such as SQL Server, Vertica, Informatica, JasperSoft, SSRS, etc
Strong programming skills in PL/SQL, Vertica, and ETL
Ability to drive priorities
Self-starter with attention to detail
Good verbal and written communications kills
Experience working with a regulatory project such as Basel III OR CCAR
Knowledge of banking, financial, and regulatory reporting is a plus
Pentaho experience is a plus
ConsultUSA will invest in you by providing training to enable you to grow and diversify your skill set to keep abreast of the latest technologies
ConsultUSA will work closely with you to develop an exciting career path of your choosing, focusing on your key strengths
You will work within a dynamic team environment gaining invaluable experience
You will be a part of a growing organization focused on success and empowerment
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