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Talend Developer Job In Little Rock

Published 2020-06-30
Expires 2020-07-30
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Talend Developer Job In Little Rock
United-states, Arkansas, Little Rock,
Published June 30, 2020

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Contract
Occupation: Talend developer


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A public sector client of ours is looking for a Talend Developer. This is going to be a long-term contractual opportunity based out of Little Rock, AR. This position requires a solid understanding of the program portfolio (TEA, Work Pays, CPI, Career Connect, and others). Knowledge of programs federal reporting, oversight and guidelines to appropriately design technical solutions. Required Skills 7 years of experience with Agile Software Development 8 years of experience with PostgreSQL, MongoDB. 7 years of experience with Ruby on Rails, Talend, Sidekiq, Database administration. Required Scrum Master Certified. Desired Skills Government Social Program Management. AWS Certified. Anyone with valid work authorization status in the US are welcome to apply for this role. H1B Transfer resources who can join on receipt notice are more than welcome to apply for this role.

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    Swift Strategic Solutions Inc
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