Job Description :
Job Title: ETL Developer - MemSQL
Location: Franklin Lakes, NJ or Hartford, CT
Duration: Long-term

Job Responsibilities:
Senior MemSQL Developer
Design and build solutions in the MemSQL Database.
Perform hands-on development that will involve designing best-fit architecture, coding, and fine-tuning MemSQL queries, and maintaining a high performing, highly available database Essential Job
Understand existing system design and make recommendations towards the development of new code or reuse of existing code.
Analyze business requirements, design, implement and integrate components. Develop design documentation artifacts.
Perform data profiling and creation of table structures with proper sharding/partitioning keys to have stable data distribution across the partitions.
Drive all phases of data modeling, from conceptualization to database optimization, including SQL development.
Understand and implement the system development life cycle; software project management approaches; and requirements, design, and test techniques using an agile framework.
Perform deployment of code to QA, UAT, and Production in CI/CD (Continuous Integration and Continuous Development) technique with Git.
Skills and Experience Required:
7+ years of ETL application development and implementation experience.
4+ years of hands-on development experience in coding SQL, PL/SQL or MPSQL in MemSQL.
Strong expertise in query optimization, execution and utilizing the plan and profiling results
Strong expertise in SQL Concepts, writing complex queries, query optimization, UNIX shell scripting
Experience working in a Massively Parallel Processing (MPP) database
Strong understanding of SQL Concepts, ETL processing, Distributed Systems, Parallel Processing architecture
Good experience in optimized data modeling, logical and physical database designs.
Able to perform performance tuning of slow-running queries and MPSQL code
Experience working in GIT
Bachelor’s / Master’s Degree in Computer Science, or 7+ Years’ on data architecture, Database design, ETL Development, Performance Tuning.

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