Job Description :
This position is hands on with Informatica PIM technology. Individual works with Architecture, Engineering, Application Development and cross-functional operations teams to:

· Designing Solution using Informatica PIM technology.
· Should be able to explain the solution to the client technical team and get buy-in.
· Should be able to manage all the stack holders of the project.
· Analyze and resolve complex technical problems, including performance tuning, and debugging
· Install necessary software in the client location and should be able to related software tools to evaluate in test/dev environments, eventually promote to production
· Monitor availability, performance and utilization of production and development Analytics and Search server environments
· Coaches and mentors’ junior resources in Informatica PIM best practices
· Must be willing to provide off-hours support (24 x 7) on a rotational basis
· Should be able to provide the value addition

Required:
· Ability to handle multiple projects and assignments concurrently while maintaining high levels of quality and effectiveness.
· Effective mentor and coach related to system component interdependence.
· Effective facilitator of technical decisions. Comfortable with working through ambiguous initiatives to develop effective solutions.
· Effective negotiation skills with appropriate teams and vendors.
· Excellent collaborative problem solving skills.
· Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills to effectively communicate information to customers and to all levels within the organization.
· Willingness to provide customer and system support on a rotating 24 x 7 basis
· Previous experience as the technical architect in providing Informatica PIM solutions.
· Experience with high volumes of data using relational RDBMS and fundamental knowledge of ACID transactions
· 7+ year experience involving high volumes of data processing using Informatica and
· Strong Linux skills
· Experience in scripting languages such as bash, python, perl or ruby