Data Analyst - ETL Developer

The Data Analyst is tasked with working with a range of technologies, process and employees to design, build and manage appropriate development objects relating to ETL and Data Quality using Business Objects Data Services, Information Steward and SAP MDG.  Other activities include assisting in the development and maintenance of standards and procedures. Analyze data requirements, map current systems and formats to logical and physical data models, propose harmonization opportunities, propose standard ways for this information to be communicated between systems and stored within corporate databases, and perform architectural alignment. This role will be directly in contact with projects, working independently, working in a group setting or day to day support activities. Required Experience: Extensive working experience with Business Objects Data Services and Information Steward are required.  Knowledge or experience with SAP MDG is preferred. Bachelor's degree - Management Information Systems (or related field), including 5 - 7 years of related experience Self-starter; works independently; takes advantages of all possible venues for continuous learning Ability to listen to others and incorporate good ideas regardless of source Professional in all communication and interaction with others Willing to admit mistakes and make course corrections quickly Ability to assess / analyze information needs objectively Ability to drill down and ask the right questions to arrive at root cause Ability to navigate difficult conversations, remain objective and achieve sound outcomes Ability to customize communication for any audience using good written and verbal communication skills Very strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Strong written skills are needed to provide proper technical documentation to satisfy all corporate guidelines, and Perrigo cGMP standards
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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