Jun 142019

Role & Responsibilities 

• Design the ETL packages which involve data consolidation from multiple sources

• Unit test the packages to ensure that implemented packages support the business process

• Produce different documentation requirements such as High-Level Design, Unit Test Specs Results, etc.

• Ability to work on multiple projects tasks at the same time Work on other MS SQL technologies such as

• Participate and contribute to requirements analysis, ad-hoc reporting, and user support Plans and authors the user documentation set, acceptance criteria, and helps construct representative test data sets.

• Development of Complex Stored Procedures, SSIS Packages, Batch Jobs, etc. that will address user requirements, and ensure the tool/applications developed meets the need of the internal or external client.

• Responsible for Data Mapping/master data relationships

• Should have excellent communication skills to effectively interface with Client/ user as well as internal IT / Help desk / Infrastructure teams.

• Interface with Data Visualization team to ensure data structure supports visualization needs

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-06-13
Job Location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Job Role: Information Technology
Company Industry: Business Support

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career

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