My client are seeking an experienced ODI developer to join their team, initially for a project based in London. The project offers the opportunity to work with a strong, dynamic team bringing together data from a number of different HR systems into a newly-designed Data Warehouse. This is an environment where you can expect to be asked to get data out of a system and then research, present options for, design and develop your own solutions - so a proactive approach to your work is essential. We're looking for the following skills, attitude and experience:
You must have ODI 11g or 12c experience - if your profile doesn't have strong evidence of this please don't be offended if we never respond.
Understanding how knowledge modules in ODI work is essential as we are using customised knowledge modules that you need to understand and possibly enhance. For that reason you must be comfortable reading and writing procedural code (the language is less important than the general ability, but something like Java, C or Python rather than just SQL).
You must have experience working on Data Warehousing projects and demonstrate a strong understanding of Data Warehousing concepts.
You must have strong SQL skills. Oracle Database experience is desirable but not essential.
OBIEE experience would be helpful - ideally you'd be comfortable troubleshooting report queries. RPD modelling skills are a "nice to have" only.
The quality of your experience and a track record of picking up new technologies fast and putting them to productive use is more important to us than overall years of experience.
This is more of an internal role so we'll value technical ability over the ability to interact with end-users, which will be minimal for this project. You must still be a good team player, self-organised and able to create structure and a plan in your own work from the brief that you are given. You must also demonstrate a strong interest in the business value of your work and the benefits of BI.
Location: London, or Chesterfield but prepared to work in London (expenses paid) for the initial months. The length of the initial project is 12-15 months after which we'll sit down with you and map out some assignments which would stretch you either technically or (if you prefer) into more general consultancy. If you're currently working in industry but considering a move to consulting this role could be a good stepping-stone.
You must already have the right to live and work in the UK, we will not provide or sponsor visas. If your profile location is outside the EU please ensure you explain (with a note in the "Additional info" section or similar) how you derive that right.