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Senior Consultant, Applications

Position Description:Develop components to extract, transform and load data from databases and different file formats; Develop Web User Interface to report and monitor data; Develop components to write messages to Message Queue and read data from Message Queue; Develop multi cloud application platform for continuous delivery; design and build deployment automation; Design, develop, code review and unit test Markit EDM applications in capital market to load, validate, transform, master and export data; Improve Performance of Markit EDM applications using architecture and design restructure, SQL query tuning, and load testing; Write and performance tune SQL Queries using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, Rapid SQL, and SQL Profiler to retrieve, edit and store data in Database; Package and deploy Markit EDM components from Version Control using Markit EDM Import-Export Packaging Wizard and Command Line Import-Export.
Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Computer Science or related field or foreign equivalent degree. 8 years of related experience. Required skills: Design, develop, code review and unit test Markit EDM applications in capital market to load, validate, transform, master and export data (3 years); Improve Performance of Markit EDM applications using architecture and design restructure, SQL query tuning, and load testing (3 years); Write and performance tune SQL Queries using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, Rapid SQL, and SQL Profiler to retrieve, edit and store data in Database (8 years); Package and deploy Markit EDM components from Version Control using Markit EDM Import-Export Packaging Wizard and Command Line Import-Export (3 years)

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