Job Description :
Project Description
The project is intended to analyze current ODI architecture, methods and techniques among the various targeted Sherwin-Williams (SW) platforms, both internal and external. To aid SW in defining and altering ODI Solution Best Practices based on that analysis. To utilize the ODI knowledge and experience of the selected contractor to define them.

Contractor Role
This is a Senior contractor role and will analyze our ODI architecture, platforms, standards, methods and techniques. Including but not limited to Cloud, REST, Flat Files, Encryption, SCC Integration, repositories, security, common code and development cycles. To utilize their knowledge and expertise to suggest Best Practices and alter our practices so that we can take advantage of expanded use of the tool in our enterprise and projects.

Technical Experience/Skills Required
Extensive Hands-On ODI experience
Excellent SQL and PL/SQL knowledge
Strong experience with Database Technology and performance tuning
Solid Java and scripting language skills
Solid knowledge of WebLogic and Tomcat application servers and administration
Solid knowledge of the ODI Agent, ODI Console and the Enterprise Manager Plug-In
Solid experience with Master repositories as well as the administration of Security, Topology and Object information
Experience writing advanced analytic functions
Experience with Java, Jython
Experience with data modeling
Experience with File-Based, DBLink and REST Services based integrations
Knowledge of or experience with Message-Based integrations
Knowledge of or experience with Changed Data Capture integrations
Knowledge of or experience with Consistent Set CDC
Knowledge of or experience with Oracle SOA Suite data, transformation and web services
Knowledge of or experience with Third Party Scheduler integration
Knowledge of or experience with Integrations involving Data Encryption

Technical Experience/Skills Preferred
Experience with Oracle Enterprise Business Suite integrations
Experience with Microsoft Office Application