Senior Data Engineer – Oracle SQL – Galway

  • Job Ref: 9503
  • Galway
  • IT - Data (Engineers, Science etc)

Are you a passionate Senior Data Engineer ready to drive innovation and make a significant impact on cutting-edge data platforms? Join our dynamic team focused on revolutionizing Asset Management's Common Data Platforms, the lifeblood of our systems. With over 200 applications relying on these platforms, your expertise will shape the future of our investment processes.

As a Senior Data Engineer, you'll be at the forefront of developing product features, crafting resilient cloud-based services, and creating consumption interfaces. You'll leverage your skills in data analysis, database design, and performance tuning to empower our Investment Professionals with actionable insights. This role calls for hands-on engagement and collaborative problem-solving to contribute to our ever-evolving ecosystem.

What We're Looking For:

  • Degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or related discipline
  • Minimum 5 years of Oracle SQL & PL/SQL experience
  • Proficiency in data analysis and SQL/PL-SQL performance tuning
  • Exposure to Agile development practices

Skills You Bring:

  • Strong grasp of logical data modeling and relational database design
  • Beneficial experience in data movement and ETL (preferably Informatica)
  • Exposure to Object-Oriented Software development with Java and/or Python
  • Familiarity with AWS, Containerization, CI/CD pipelines, Lambda development
  • Unix scripting and AutoSys skills are advantageous
  • Knowledge of Data Warehousing and Snowflake experience
  • Designing REST APIs and understanding microservice architectures
  • Source control system experience

How You'll Contribute:

  • Collaborate to deliver high-quality, timely, and cost-effective software solutions
  • Uphold engineering best practices: test-driven development, code reviews, CI/CD
  • Independently tackle complex technical challenges
  • Thrive in a team-oriented environment while showcasing individual excellence