- Full Time
An ETL Developer is required to join Whistlebrook, a provider of regulatory submission, business planning and financial reporting software products to the UK Bank and Building Societies.
The role is to based in St Ives Cambridge office and is reporting to the Senior Manager responsible for ETL integrations of the regulatory reporting product to customer core systems of record.
Whistlebrook has over 40 financial services businesses using its regulatory reporting product and is consistently winning new deployments over its competitors.
You must have the following:
Excellent ETL Developer experience both designing and building with Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS)
Experience analysing and rectifying issues within ETL processes using SSIS.
Ability to write and troubleshoot SQL code and design, with a working knowledge of SQL server.
The following is desirable:
Familiarity with UK regulatory requirements from Bank of England, PRA & FCA for sME banks and building societies.
Some experience of C#
Database design experience
You will be involved from the specification and design of new projects for implementation of the regulatory reporting product working in close conjunction with the Whistlebrook prpject manager and the Senior Manager responsible for ETL implementations.
You must be comfortable to engage end user clients, both regulatory and technical experts, to both clarify requirements and to assist in issue resolution.
How to apply
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