Job Description :
Job title: Datastage Developer
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Duration: 36 Months
Note: Need US Citizen or GC holder or EAD-GC

NYCERS seeks one (1) Senior DataStage ETL Developer to work with the Information Technology (IT) Division for a period up to 36 months. Client reserves the right to hire the candidate(s) as an employee, at no additional cost, after a period of six (6) months. The Developer will primarily be responsible for creating and maintaining ETL applications using IBM DataStage v11.5.
The Developer must be available to work a minimum of 40 hours per week.
1. Mandatory Skills: Candidates must meet all the requirements below to be considered for the Senior DataStage ETL Developer position:

Minimum of five (5) years of recent experience developing applications using IBM DataStage ETL.
Extensive experience with IBM DataStage Designer and Director.
Experience migrating mainframe VSAM data to relational and/or multidimensional SQL databases.
Experience with Legacy and Unstructured data.
Experience working in multiple development environments/systems: IBM Mainframe, Windows Server, UNIX and SQL Server.
Strong SQL knowledge working with complex queries and stored procedures.
Proficiency in mainframe applications encompassing JCL, COBOL, VSAM and DB2.
Excellent interpersonal, communication, presentation, writing, analytical, problem solving, and information gathering skills along with fundamental technique troubleshooting abilities.
skills• Strong analytical demonstrated by the ability to receive and analyze requirements and propose a suitable solution that adheres to the team’s methodology.

2. Preferred Experience:
Experience extracting business rules from the existing legacy code.
Experience with MS Visual Studio and .NET.
Experience developing applications in IBM VSE mainframe environment

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