City of London, London
£550 - £600 per day
Senior Data Warehouse Developer
6 month contract - £600 p/d
A global financial organisation based in the City of London are seeking a Senior Data Warehouse Developer to join the growing agile team. The organisation are well recognised within the UK market, working with a number of institutions, across Vendors, Exchanges alongside major platforms supporting multiple asset classes. The established company have been growing significantly in the past few years, and continue to do so at a solid rate with the critical hire of the Senior Data Warehouse Developer.
This significant opportunity offers a rare challenge within an organisation that values and appreciates the agile team, providing an array of Greenfield projects, impacting the business from a hands on perspective. The individual successful will be motivated by varied work, significant upgrades and look to accelerate skills across Oracle, Informatica and Data Warehouse Development. There are a number of projects, varying from constant upgrades to modern work streams in need with immediate work. The opportunity will also look into complex data warehousing, utilising skills across real time data and varied approaches.
Key Requirements for the Senior Data Warehouse Developer:
- Extensive Experience of Oracle, UNIX, and Pearl.
- Extensive Experience of Datawarehouse Development.
- Real Time Data Experience & complex structures.
- Very good knowledge of Informatica Development, alongside ETL.
- Business Objects Understanding
- Strong Business communicator to Senior Management.
- CCP Experience - Advantageous
- Ideally worked in Financial domain present/previously
This unique opportunity to join a successful Financial organisation as a Senior Data Warehouse Developer will offer committed exposure to a variety of exciting projects. If you are highly skilled across Datawarehouse Development, Oracle, Informatica and a strong understanding across Business Objects, don't hesitate to get in contact with Brad Golder at Harrington Starr to find out more.