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SSIS Developer

Company Name:
Procom Services
SSIS Developer Job Summary
On behalf of our client Procom Services is searching for a SSIS Developer that will be creating SSIS packages, maintaining existing SSIS code, and running SSIS batch jobs to meet bank requirements for federally mandated financial risk analysis reporting.
SSIS Developer Job Description
Specific responsibilities will include:
o Interfacing with business clients to clarify business requirements for technical design
o Developing to those technical specifications - candidates must display the ability to develop solutions which are able to be leveraged across multiple platforms
o Remediation of issues found during testing - candidates need to be problem solvers and troubleshoot existing code based on specifications provided
o Production support responsibilities
o Off hours production support
o Candidates must be able to operate in a fast paced environment with tight deadlines, and rapidly changing requirements
Candidates need to be critical thinkers who can connect the dots, and work innovatively and independently at a high level of productivity. Ideal candidate will be a self-starter who has solid experience with relational databases and is looking to grow into the Data Integration/BI space.
SSIS Developer Mandatory Technical Requirements
o 2+ years SSIS Development experience
o 3+ years relational database experience using SQL Server, DB2, Netezza, Oracle, or comparable DBMS
o Exposure to business intelligence tools including Business Objects, Cognos, or Microstrategy (preference is Business Objects)
o 1+ years in a data integration/business intelligence environment preferred.
Additional Nice to Haves:
o Netezza
o Financial services industry experience - specific Financial Risk Analysis experience would be a very nice to have
SSIS Developer Assignment Length
1 Year Contract to Hire
SSIS Developer Start Date
ASAP

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