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Conversion Programmer
Ref No.: 18-00030
Location: Austin, Texas
 Conversion Programmer
Austin, TX (Must be able to do a FTF Interview and work onsite)
4-5 Month Contract with possibility of being extended

Conversion Programmer
The Worker will be responsible for gathering requirements, creating designs, developing, testing and implementing conversion Extract, Transformation & Load (ETL) programs with an emphasis on T1 extract procedures and programs within an Natural/ADABAS environment.  Work is accomplished in a highly collaborative environment and independently with a focus on quality and customer service.
• Designs, builds, tests, and optimizes mainframe legacy extract processes and programs
• Designs, builds, tests and optimizes transformation and load programs
• Resolves technical issues/defects through debugging, research, and investigation
• Develop and maintain ETL reports
• Develop and maintain data obfuscation programs
• Ability to create custom scripts (SHELL, PERL) to facilitate the execution of mainframe legacy data load and reporting programs
"Minimum Requirements:           
                Years  Skills/Experience
 7  Experience with NATURAL programming language
 7  Experience with ADABAS
 7  Experience with SAS
 7 Information technology, computer system analysis, computer programming, or closely related experience 
 7 Considerable knowledge of software development life cycle methodologies
 7 Skill in identifying and resolving problems using strong analytical techniques, innovative approaches, and taking initiative in preventing and solving problems
 5 Experience working in a UNIX/LINUX environment (including writing shell scripts and commands)
 5 Experience with DB2 LUW
 5 Experience developing PL/SQL, SQL
 5 Extract, Transformation & Load (ETL)

 Years  Skills/Experience
 10 Experience working in Public Sector with PII data
 5 Experience with any of the following tools: Rational RequisitePro, Rational ClearCase, Rational ClearQuest, TOAD and InfoSphere Data Architect
 5 Experience with the Texas Child Support Program
  Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Engineering, Mathematics, or closely related discipline