Job Description :
This is Vel from Cloudious LLC. We are currently hiring for Data Migration Lead for one of our direct client at Bridgewater, NJ for Contract position.
Kindly let us know your comfort level and availability. Thanks in advance.



Role: Data Migration Lead - Oracle to SFDC
Location: Bridgewater, NJ
Duration: 6 Months
Rate: Negotiable



Required Skill:
    SFDC development experience and understands triggers, APIs, SFDC Governor limits etc.
    Strong understanding and background experience in understanding data structures and converting / shifting data from Oracle DB into SFDC
    Experience with popular Middleware technologies (ETL/Web services/WSD)
    Data analysis, data modeling, data integration experience, working alongside business and IT teams in support of IT project and business initiatives
    Hands on experience in using Data Loader and other migration tools to load data into Salesforce
    Demonstrated project experience and skills in information requirements gathering, current state analysis, data architecture and data management process definition
    Demonstrated understanding of data management best practices and patterns
    Define data integration and migration approach for the salesforce platform
    Conduct targeted data assessment s, working with client to understand data sourcing, volume and velocity
    Work with product owners, architects and application designers to define the data requirements, structure for the application, source-to-target mappings and the data migration solution design
    Articulate design, implementation, and verification best practices for data activities in delivery projects
    Describe design and data management patterns and capability best practices for managing data in Salesforce implementations
    Support data migration activities during Quality phase, participate in Go- Live preparation and cut over activities for data migration

Preferred Skill:
    Background or experience with Oracle and DBA type activities
    ETL capable – Can develop on informatica if required



Thanks & Regards
Vel