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Ab initio Developer

Company Name:
Bitwise Inc
BitWise is looking for Ab initio developer for direct client in financial domain based at Riverwoods, IL. This is an urgent opening and start date is within a week. If interested, send updated resume, contact info and desired hourly rate to for immediate interview.
position
: Ab initio developer
Location: Riverwoods, IL
Duration: long term
Interview process: phone screen only
Essential Technical Experience:
Bachelors Degree -
computer
Science, Business or equivalent work experience
5+ years Ab Initio in-depth development experience including deployment architectures, debugging and troubleshooting graphs quickly
Data Warehouse Skills & Knowledge
Strong SQL skills and different database technologies
Proficiency with UNIX/LINUX and shell (k-shell preferred) scripting. Skilled in full life cycle SDLC
Prepare and Review LLD and mentor junior team members
Knowledge in handling large volume of data in warehouse projects and experience with data integration, batch processing, delta processing, and data capture
Skills in change management and automation
Additional Responsibilities:
Build and support complex datawarehouse applications using Ab Initio.
Design, oversee, develop, test, and implement data warehouse projects.
Analyze, create functional data requirements, data map documents, and assist in problem solving and trouble shooting.
Assist in technical specifications and other deliverable documents.
Support and manage system testing
Enforce development guidelines, standards, best practices and procedures as well as Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
Bitwise
1515 Woodfield Road
Suite 930
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Web: http://www.bitwiseusa.com

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