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Edc Administrator Houston, Tx Job In Houston

Published 2020-06-30
Expires 2020-07-30
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Edc Administrator Houston, Tx Job In Houston
United-states, Texas, Houston,
Published June 30, 2020

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Occupation: Edc administrator houston, tx


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EDC Administrator Location Houston, TX Length Long-term contract, would prefer they convert to full-time much later on. Interview MS Teams Video (normally only one round) Informatica EDC Administrator Looking for someone to perform upgrades and do the day-to-day admin support of Informatica EDC. Doesn't want an ETL person doesn't care about other products, only EDC. IDQ would be a major plus, AXON would be a bonus as well, but those two often come with EDC experience. Needs an expert in EDC. No one is in the role now, he has a team of people trying to learn it, but it's not working out so far. Looking for someone with 1 year of EDC experience and at least 5-7 years of experience in IT. Need someone that knows everything about the back-end and is able to encompass all needs in the back-end including solar search, database, etc. Ravi Ranjan raviredleosoft.com mailtoraviredleosoft.com Direct No.- +1-408-498-1489

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