Job Summary

Database Engineer

  • Location:
    Chicago, Illinois
  • Salary:
    50 $ - 60 $ / Hour
  • Job reference:
    US_EN_6_50468_60242524
  • Category:
    Database Administrator
  • Contract Type:
    Contract/Temporary

Modis is currently seeking a Database Engineer for a 3-month contract opportunity with our large Insurance client.
 
This Database Engineer job opportunity is scheduled to last 3+ months, and has the possibility of extensions!  This is an amazing opportunity to get your name out there with a client that caters to millions of people across the country.
 
**Please note that candidates MUST be authorized to work for any employer in the US without the need for sponsorship. This is a permanent opportunity. NO Recruiter or Third Party/Agency Inquiries.
 
Required Qualifications & Technical Skills
• 5+ years’ experience working with Databases
• 4+ years’ experience with SQL
• Previous experience designing and implementing databases
• Experience in ETL or similar data processing systems
• Experience with Python is considered a plus
• AWS or GCP (cloud experience) is preferred
• Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
• Good presentation skills
 
If interested in this or other Information Technology jobs in the Chicago area, please apply directly, or visit our website at www.modis.com to view and apply for and of the hundreds of IT jobs we currently have (updated daily).
 


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