My Dublin based client is looking for a experienced Oracle Developer to join their existing team.
The role will focus on the development of an advanced data movement and delivery system supporting high volume financial transactions on a daily basis across the full range services. The system will ultimately provide high quality financial investments and performance data to internal and external system users, over complete data quality and lineage system
Exceptional candidates who do not meet these criteria may be considered for the role provided they have the necessary skills and experience. Candidates who do not meet the certification requirement and other required qualifications must demonstrate willingness to complete required assessments successfully within a specified time period
Candidates will have excellent design and development history indicating expertise across the full SDLC in the finance/insurance industry – demonstrating previous experience in the development and utilization of Database and ETL technologies. Excellent SQL query development skills will be required (Oracle, Netezza) as a means to enable high performance data movement and transformation.
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