Bank of America Hiring for Data warehousing Analyst

Bank of America Hiring for Data warehousing Analyst

Job ID : 20181013006

Company : Bank of America

Job Role : Analyst I Apps Prog

Eligibility : Graduate

Experience : 4-6 Years

Job Location : Hyderabad

Salary : Not Mentioned

Vacancies : Not Mentioned

Website : www.bankofamerica.com

Description :

Expertise in Data warehousing Technologies– Informatica, Oracle 11g/12c and Unix.
Expertise in SDLC and Agile.
Around 5 to 10 years of experience in data warehousing applications.
Experienced developer of Informatica PowerCenter 9.6.x
Experience or Knowledge of Informatica PowerExchange 9.6.x
Knowledge of Hadoop ecosystem and its components – Hive, Sqoop, Oozie, Spark, Impala
Programming knowledge using Spark and Scala
Ability to build workflows using oozie
Ability to write Hive and sqoop scripts
Knowledge in optimizing and performance tuning spark and Scala programs
Experience in UNIX shell scripting.
Strong in SQL and Advanced SQL in Oracle database.
Application and Database level Performance Tuning techniques.
Ability to lead and work well within globally distributed teams.
Must be a self starter who can work with a vision and translate to a set of deliverables.
Strong oral and written communications. Ability to effectively communicate within a multi-disciplined team, often across various locations and time-zones.
Good knowledge of MS Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Outlook).
Communication skills – Verbal and Written
Analytical and problem-solving skills, technical writing skills, effective communication skills, multi-tasking and time-management skills, organization skills, and interpersonal skills, calm under pressure.
Good verbal & written communication skills. Ability to solve production down situations under tight SLA deadlines. Root cause and problem resolution follow-up

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