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Data engineer – Talend Development

  • 6 Months Contract
  • Sydney CBD
  • Attractive package and fun working environment on offer

Responsibilities

  • Work with business users and client technical teams in defining the requirements and technical specifications for data transfer, ingestion and transformation.
  • Manage end to end delivery of data ingestion, manipulation, transformation, and orchestration
  • Automate and optimise data flows
  • Continuously develop new and improved data engineering best practice capabilities

Must haves

  • At least 8 years’ experience as a Data engineer / ETL developer using Talend studio.
  • Minimum 2 years of experience with IBM Data Stage
  • Ability to clearly articulate requirements in both technical and business terms
  • Experience with ETL tools Talend, Data Wrangling tools such as Alteryx
  • Must have superior SQL skills, strong knowledge of Apache Spark and AWS S3
  • The ability to work within complex and challenging data environments
  • Solid understanding of dimensional data modelling and very strong relational database skills
  • Proven experience in collaborating with analytics, reporting and data professional

Good to haves

  • Experience with Talend ETL framework development
  • Previous experience migrating ETL jobs from Alteryx to Talend would be good
  • Experience with cloud-based data engineering, AWS, GCP and Azure
  • Experience in engaging with both technical and non-technical stakeholders
  • Demonstrated experience with data modelling methodologies
  • Insurance, Banking and Wealth Management experience is an advantage
  • Data Vault 2.0 certification will be an advantage but not essential

How to apply:
Please apply using the link below or call Rams on 03 8506 6524 for further details. Applications closes based on the volume of applications received. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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