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ETL Developer

Ref: BROADBEAN_411651588817978

on 07 May 2020
Location
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Contract Type
Contract

One of our federal government client based in Canberra is looking for a highly experienced and committed ETL/SAS Developer.

Skills and experience:

  • Bachelor's degree in IT or equivalent experience.
  • Design and implement ETL scripts and data warehouse solutions.
  • Minimum of five (5) years of software applications analysis, design, programming and implementation.
  • 3 years of programming experience in SAS DI.
  • Understanding of data modelling principles for data warehouses
  • Minimum three (3) years of experience in structured analysis and design.
  • Expertise in SQL Server/Oracle Architecture development tools and data modelling
  • Working knowledge of SQL
  • Strong written, verbal, analytical, problem solving, and communication skills, with the ability to influence cross functional teams, business partners and/or vendor partners, and technology leaders.

How to apply

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Please note: Only Australian Citizens will be considered for this role.

Alternatively, if you would like more information on the role, please contact Ankit on 02 6103 1803 or via email on Ankit.Trikha@modis.com

Modis is a national professional services company with global capability. Our committed and talented professionals have delivered world class IT and business consulting services across a wide range of industries. As a member of global professional services group Adecco, we offer world-class employment opportunities.

Modis is committed to all forms of workforce diversity and we invite and encourage applications from women and indigenous Australians

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