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Full time
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Software Development
Informatica Developer
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Resource 1 | Chicago, IL
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Job Description

Resource 1 is in need of an Informatica PowerCenter Developer for a position in downtown Chicago. Because of the on-going need, the client is open to either long-term contracting or contract-for-hire option. Individual should have at least 5 years of Informatica PowerCenter development experience with the later versions. Individual should have experience designing/developing new mapping and have a high-level understanding of ETL processes and systems integration leveraging Informatica PowerCenter. The project will involve integration between internal systems, as well as, integration with external client systems. The project will involve an upgrade of Informatica to the latest version, so prior experience troubleshooting ETL package issues following an upgrade is highly desirable. The client has various internal systems communicating with one another, including Microsoft CRM and SFDC (Salesforce.com). Prior experience working with CRM systems is a plus, but not required for this position. The client is in the process of moving to Informatica Data Quality (IDQ), so selected candidate should have an interest in learning Informatica's newer products/architecture. Experience with web services and Real Time data integration is also very desirable for this position. Candidate will also need to possess strong written and verbal communication skills.

Technical Skills: Informatica PowerCenter Development, ETL, Systems Integration, CRM Integration, Data Mapping, PowerCenter Upgrades, Web Services (REST), SQL & CRM.


Applicants must be eligible to work in the specified location

About Resource 1

Resource 1 is a privately held National Consulting firm established in 1982 with Corporate Headquarters and Technology Center in Oak Brook, Illinois. Resource 1 provides services to Banking/Finance, Retail/Distribution, Manufacturing and Telecommunication segment customers. We are a nationwide IS Technology firm that provides consulting and programming services on Compaq (Tandem), Solaris/UNIX and other platforms. During our eighteen year history, Resource 1 has provided over 3.5 million hours of application development, database design and project management consulting services in the United States to major clients. To review our list of clients, please view our Clients page. Resource 1's commitment starts with our consultants and ends with our clients. By setting higher standards and expecting more of our consultants, we achieve greater results and set ourselves apart from the competition. Continued dedication to quality and the experience level of our consultants have resulted in greater reliability and value for our clients. By focusing on specific systems and their integration into the total enterprise information network, we are able to provide better solutions to our client's business and technology needs. This commitment combined with our guaranteed work through replacement policy has allowed Resource 1 growth through providing quality service to thousands of satisfied customers. Not the lowest cost but the highest quality provider. "We decided that it would be better for our clients if we explained our pricing strategy once, rather than apologize many times for our lack of quality and value." Continued dedication to employ the highest quality individuals. "We believe the time spent screening and reference checking our candidates is very important to us and valuable to our clients." Providing a full range of benefits. "We expect total commitment from our staff, and to get it, we believe we have to be totally committed to them." Ongoing development and training to enhance skills and knowledge. "We believe that the only thing worse than losing our people because we haven't trained them in the most current technology, is not training and keeping them."