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Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) Developer #0622975
University of Virginia | Charlottesville, Virginia
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Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) Developer

University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA, is currently seeking an ETL Developer (Extract/Transform/Load) to perform a variety of analysis, programming, and technical assignments.

Requires Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Computer Science, MIS, Comp Engineering or related disciplines and 5 years experience in a related field. Alternatively, employer will accept a Masters with 2 years of experience in a related field.

Experience must include: at least 2 years of experience in the following: use of Informatica Power Cetr in a complex bus. Environment; working in a large scale enterprise application set; performing ETL work with at least one of the following types of enterprise systems: Financial, HR, or Student Information; & experience extracting data from large scale enterprise application sets (i.e. Finance, HR or Student Information systems). Also requires Knowledge of & ability to apply established data processing procedures; ability to understanding business.

Requirements, strong analytic skills; ability to create & modify Informatica Power Center ETL workflows, validate completeness & accuracy of data, testing & documenting modifications; and ability to write operational & technical specifications.

University of Virginia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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