The DFCI Enterprise Data Warehouse(EDW) ETL Developer is a critical member of the Informatics & Analytics team supporting the implementation and on-going development and operations of the EDW in support of the overall DFCI mission to improve quality and manage healthcare expense trends. This is a hands-on position that requires a technical and functional understanding of data warehousing and healthcare analytics. Responsibilities include analyzing business requirements, and architecting, designing, developing, and unit testing integration solutions to meet customer needs.
The role is expected to understand and apply best practices and provide expertise in acquiring data from source systems to build database analytic content. As such, it is expected that the individual will understand the full lifecycle of enterprise data warehouse and business intelligence projects. The individual in this position will interact with directors, leads, architects, consultants, business analysts, co-developers and business/clinical users. The successful candidate will be an experienced developer with extensive enterprise background using MS SQL Server. The ETL Developer will be required to identify business requirements, develop data models, perform data analysis, write advanced SQL queries and triggers, design and code complex stored procedures, and maintain and performance tune existing databases.
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