Informatica Data Quality (IDQ) Consultant

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A Senior ETL Developer develops, implements and maintains the functionality of the Enterprise Data Warehouse. They also work with members of Reporting, Application Support, DBA, Infrastructure and other teams to ensure the timeliness and reliability of information flowing between the Data Warehouse and other systems.
Job Responsibilities
Implement data handling, cleansing, and standardization procedures and business transformation rules and logic (ETL) using Informatica 9.5 and Oracle 11g
Develop, and implement functions, stored procedures, and ETL jobs using PL/SQL
Actively participate in agile scrum review and planning sessions
Actively participate in regular code reviews and maintenance of code and process documentation
Required Experience
Experience with Informatica DQ required
Experience with Data Governance strongly preferred
Experience deploying Data Quality Framework and Solutions required
Experience with Informatica PowerCenter
Strong RDBMS SQL and troubleshooting skills
Significant experience delivering and managing solutions around data integration
Familiarity with current trends in data quality technologies
5+ years of experience implementing complex queries against large datasets to support business intelligence functions
5+ years of experience with ETL, application and database performance tuning and debugging
3+ years of minimum experience using standard ETL tools (Informatica, SAP Business Objects Data Services preferred)
Understanding of Dimensional Modeling and Data Warehouse concepts, such as star schema, snowflakes, dimensions, facts, etc
Experience following Agile development methodologies
Experience following release management and quality assurance processes
Very strong customer service orientation

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