Capgemini ETL / Conversion developer role in United States
ETL / Conversion developer role
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Job Title: ETL / Conversion developer role
Position Type: Permanent/Fulltime
Duties & Responsibilities:
Should be able to analyze and consume customer requirements.
Should be able to thoroughly understand the data model; exposure to Guidewire Data Models.
Design high level ETL logic and flow of data.
Develop ETL workflow & data-flows components and perform code review.
Hands on experience on Guidewire conversion process is must.
Understanding of Star and snowflake schemas/models
Expertise in writing T-SQL/PL-SQL queries & resolving complex queries
Understanding of query/explain plans.
Unit test and string test documentation.
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Nearest Major Market: Chicago
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