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Data Warehouse Architect Job in Chattanooga, TN

  • Location:
    Chattanooga, Tennessee
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  • Category:
    Information Systems
  • Contract Type:
    Direct Hire

We have an exciting new opportunity for a Direct Hire Data Warehouse Architect! Our client is looking to expand their team and bring someone on that can build a data warehouse from scratch, beginning to end. This Architect is responsible for the design and implementation of an enterprise data warehouse for analytical and reporting purposes.  
Responsibilities and Duties:
• Load and maintain dimensional data warehouses utilizing Microsoft SQL
• Architect a full scale data warehouse for reporting purposes
• Extensive ETL development using both T-SQL and SSIS
• Extensive Report development using Microsoft SSRS
• Contribute to the maintenance and design of our custom BI web product
• Extensive data warehousing experience using Microsoft SQL and Dimensional Modeling
• Experience developing drill thru reports using T-SQL programming, and SQL server Reporting Services (SSRS)
• Expert level knowledge in T-SQL
• Expert level knowledge with SSIS ETL process
• Works well under pressure and within deadlines
Preferred Experience:
• Broad range of BI and report writing tools
• Knowledge of Azure Cloud IAAS/PAAS environments
Our client is looking to start interviewing candidates immediately so please apply below for immediate consideration!

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