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Ref No.: 16-02124
Location: nyc, New York
Role- Oracle ETL developer

Location – NYC . NY

Software Design, Programming and Unit Testing

• Strong database (Oracle) skills including database design, development (packages, functions, procedures)

• Strong data warehousing and OLTP system knowledge from database/ETL development perspective.

• Database code performance tuning skills required

• Designing software modifications from supplied requirements and design specifications using agreed standards

and tools, achieving well-engineered results that follow the agreed implementation level software architectures.

• Taking responsibility for the design, coding, testing, and documentation (as defined by the SDLC process) of

particularly large, complex or mission critical software programs.

• Proposing options and preparing cost estimates to enable the business area to make informed decisions

• Adhere to all BCUS standards, Policies and governance practices.

• Assume ownership of various initiatives across Solutions Delivery as agreed with Team Lead for complete and

successful delivery.

• Provide functional expertise within his/her skills to assist delivery team members, and foster collaboration within


• Provide issue response and root cause analysis on work assigned by Team Lead and Project Lead.

• Planning, designing and conducting Unit and System Integration Tests, correcting errors and re-testing to deliver

an error-free product.

• Reacting quickly and as necessary to live software errors and service problems, limiting downtime and resolving

the problem during project handover.

• Report progress, delays and risks on assigned activities to Project Lead and Team Lead.

• Raise awareness when existing code, systems or processes do not meet current quality expectations and


• Maintain code and all related artifacts in source control; perform code merges and resolve conflicts as defined by

development process, update documentation and automated tests.

• Develop code, configuration files, build scripts, schemas or other artifact