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No. of positions :3
Duration : 6 months, extendable
Location: Kennett Square, PA (local candidates preferred for
interviewing but may consider very strong non-local)
Maximum pay rate: $45/hr (all inclusive)
This is a development position but also requires team leadership,
architectural experience, and heavy client/user interaction.
Candidates MUST meet the following requirements:
Must have at least 5 years experience in Data Warehousing and with
and be highly skilled with ALL of the following:
- Data Modeling (ERWIN)
- Data Marts
- ETL Programming (Informatica)
- Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Development -
Knowledge/experience with at least 2 of the following is required:
- Embarcadero -
- Unix -
- Business Objects -
- Cognos -
Additional Preferred skills/experience is requested:
-. Experience with full development Life Cycle?
-. Should have background with at least 18 months working on one
for large US company.
- Experience with C# and/or JAVA is a HUGE plus.
- Experience with any of the following industries is highly preferred:
Energy Trading, Finance, Banking
Please send resumes to seenvas@rediffmail.com
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