Note: Not all unique aspects of the job are covered by this job description
Responsible for development of complex technical analysis and design, new programming, modifications, scheduling, tuning, testing and maintenance of systems in support of new and existing Business Intelligence(BI) and other projects.
Provide complex analysis, conceptualize, design, implement and develop solutions for critical BI components.
Perform dataflow, system and data analysis and develop meaningful and useful presentation of data in BI applications.
Plan and implement standards, define/code conformed global and reusable objects, perform complex database design, data modelling (EDW and programming and streamline the systems.
Consult with client groups to assess user needs and understand the business processes; convert user requirements into technical solutions.
Contribute to data analysis, design and development of new and ongoing business intelligence (BI) projects involving complex EDW structures OR on OLTP systems.
Collaborate closely with internal and external teams to understand and apply changes/modifications impacting data warehouse.
Conduct and participate in code walkthroughs and document technical design. Assist in quality control testing. Meticulously follow software methodologies defined.
Monitor ETL processes, system audits and performance. Pro-actively resolve issues as found. Support the performance of systems.
Follow the release cycles and implement on-time delivery of bug fixes, change requests and enhancements. Troubleshoot and solve technical problems.
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