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Senior Informatica Developer

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New Directions Staffing
We are currently engaged with a client seeking a Senior Informatica Developer on a consulting to full time, direct hire basis. In this role, the Developer will:
Develop, test, document and implement new projects while supporting existing.
Perform data analysis including data profiling.
Troubleshoot, develop fixes and implement resolutions for issues identified by users.
Informatica mappings and workflow development.
Per business requirements, rollout enhancements while maintaining system uptime.
Gather end user requirements.
Work closely with BI team on development and data model design for end to end solutions.
Performance tuning and monitoring of all processes, jobs and extractions.
Lead efforts by working closely with project management team.
The appropriate individual will have the following experience:
Requirements definition/analysis, design, development and testing of Data Warehouse ETL solutions.
Ability to work independently and lead/deliver projects through full lifecycle.
Informatica ETL Development utilizing version 8 or 9.
Ability to develop using RDMS, Flat files, XML, etc.
SQL Development.
Strong understanding of Data Warehouse concepts and design.
Understanding of snowflake & star schemas.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
About Us
New Directions is a Professional Services firm that provides: consulting; project staff augmentation and traditional hire services for: Enterprise Business Software (Oracle & SAP); Business Intelligence & Data Warehousing and; Enterprise Infrastructure and Associated Technologies.
Our success and subsequent growth has been based on leveraging our clients' technology with talented people.

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