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SQL Server / Data Warehouse Developer

Job Title: SQL Server / Data Warehouse Developer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Industry:
Salary: £65000 - £70000 per annum + bonus + benefits
REF: BB/11183/F/AT/310818_1535724971
Contact Name: Data Team
Contact Email: data@client-server.com
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

SQL Server / Data Warehouse Developer (SSIS SASS MDX SQL 2016 T-SQL Data). Hugely successful investment firm managing over £28 billion assets is seeking a passionate SQL Server / Data Warehouse Developer to join their growing Asset Management team. This is an excellent opportunity for a SQL Server / Data enthusiast to take on a challenging role with a strong pipeline of projects and plenty of opportunity for growth.

As a SQL Server / Data Warehouse Developer you will use modern technologies (including SQL Server 2016) to maintain and develop the company's enterprise data warehouse strategy and support the company's data interrogation tool that screens over 35,000 stocks. You will be involved in the Automation testing of database related functions, identifying any problems and developing solutions as well as designing and testing ETL packages using technologies such as SSIS and SSRS.

Based in the heart of London, this is an excellent opportunity to gain exposure to asset management within a friendly and supportive company that offers a wide range of benefits, a share scheme and the opportunity to buy additional holiday.

Requirements:
*Highly experienced in Data Warehouse Development
*Strong experience with MS BI stack (T-SQL and SSIS)
*Passionate about Data/SQL
*Likely to attend conferences, meet-ups and read blogs in your own time
*Excellent communication skills
*Desirable: SASS, MDX, programing concepts and relational database theory

As a SQL Server / Data Warehouse Developer you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £70k) plus bonus and benefits.

Send your CV in today or call to discuss this exciting SQL Server / Data Warehouse Developer role.