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Data Migration Engineer - SQL / Microsoft Dynamics 365

  • Location: South East
  • Salary: Up to £0.00 per day
  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: IT & Information Security
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Data Migration Engineer
3 month contract

I am currently on the lookout for a Data Migration Engineer to join a client of mine based in Reading. This is an initial 3-month contract.

You will be required to work alongside Data Architects, solution architects and the wider DBA team.

You will be working with the data architects and customers when it comes to gathering business requirements for data migration needs. Alongside this you will be assisting in designing, planning and managing the data migration process and working with subject matter and the project team to document and communicate the data migration requirements.

Key Skills:

  • In depth understanding of RDBMS and other database structure principles
  • Experience of Data Migration projects
  • Experience gathering and analyzing system requirements
  • Ability to work with multiple data sources (SQL, Access, VBA, PostgreSQL, CSV, Excel etc)
  • Ability to manage multiple work streams and projects concurrently
  • SQL Querying
  • MS Dynamics and Dynamics 365 experience
  • Data Transfer tools including SSIS and Scribe.
  • Proficiency in MS Excel
  • Understanding of cloud environments (Azure, AWS) and Virtualisation Technologies
  • Data Warehousing and Reporting Tools
  • Experience of PowerShell
  • Proven analytical skills
  • Problem-solving attitude
  • The ability to analyse, model and interpret data
  • A methodical and logical approach
  • The ability to plan work and meet deadlines
  • Accuracy and attention to detail

Please apply below to be considered.

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