My client is looking for a Data Migration Consultant who can work in Ireland and in the UK for a long term project.
The Data Migration Analyst will work within the Consulting division and will assist with data migration of customer implementation project in UK/ Ireland. Primary duties will be discovering and selecting data from various data sources ( mysql databases, CRM), correlating data sources, validating content and populating the data into a brand new Sql Server system. Other duties include troubleshooting migration data, resolving technical issues, and updating loaded data into the new system. The Data Migration Architect will be expected to work independently and manage multiple critical tasks simultaneously to meet project delivery dates. The ideal candidate will have a quality work ethic, good communication capabilities and a desire to work in the UK and Ireland. The UK work will be 3 days per week Tuesday-Thursday and all expenses will be covered.
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