Data Integration Build and Release Engineer

Job Title: Data Integration Build and Release Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: City of London, London
Salary: £500 - £700 per day
Reference: BBBH6010_1487698896
Contact Name: Kirsty McIntyre
Contact Email: kmcintyre@venquis.com
Job Published: February 21, 2017 17:41

Job Description

Data Integration Build and Release Engineer

Job Summary:

My client are looking for an ETL / SQL build and release engineer to join one of their Data Warehousing platform teams. The aim is to help an in-house development team optimise their throughput and route to production by taking ownership of software builds and deployments, the monitoring of code branching / merging as well as management of development and test environments.

A typical build package is made up of artefacts of the following techncial artefacts: Informatica Powercenter and IDQ workflows, Oracle SQL scripts (schema changes, index rebuilds, stored procedures), UC4 / Automic scheduled file transfer scripts, Business Objects reports, linux scripts.

This is a hands-on, technical role, requiring considerable expertise with software development tools in the data integration / data warehousing space.

Key Corporate Relationships:

  • Platform Development Team
  • QA Testers
  • Database Administrators
  • Production Support staff
  • Change Management and Environment Management teams

Experience and Background

Desired skills :

  • Familiarity with Informatica ETL tools (Powercenter and IDQ)
  • SQL scripts (e.g. using Oracle DBMS)
  • Automic / UC4 (or comparable enterprise scheduler / file transfer tool)
  • Linux
  • scripting skills
  • svn (or comparable version control software)
  • plus one ore more of the following:
  • jira
  • Experience of automated regression testing (e.g. using Informatica DVO or Fitnesse)
  • Business Objects
  • Experience of continuos intergration tooling, e.g. Jenkins
  • Experience in various software development methodologies (Agile, Iterative and waterfall)
  • Demonstrate an understanding of current DevOps principles and practices

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