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Data Migration Analyst

  • Location: Lancashire
  • Salary: £375 - £425 per day
  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: BI, Big Data & Analytics


Data Migration Analyst
Contract - 9 months
Preston
£375 - £425 pd


I am looking for an experienced data migration analyst, who has experience when it comes to data migration projects and activities. This is an urgent requirement, and hence they are looking to bring someone on as soon as possible.


When looking at requirements, you will be required to look over and manage the data migration activities, along with overseeing the development of the data systems. You will be required to understand the complexity of the data migration along with troubleshooting and using your analytical skills to understand any problems.


The ideal candidate, will have strong SQL Server skills along with having experience when it comes to data mapping specification documents. You will have good Office Excel, Access and word skills along with being familiar with modern database and information system technologies.


If this is something which you are interested in, then please apply below asap.

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