Informatica Developer

Bristol (City Centre)
29 Sep 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Informatica Developer Norwich Britsol Job ID: R-40753 Full time Informatica Developer - Marketing Data Team 'Come and join me leading the digital transformation of Aviva. We will fundamentally change the way consumers engage with our products and services. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to change an entire industry.' -Andrew Brem (Chief Digital Officer) Here at Aviva we are looking to transform the way in which we engage with our customers. Digital technology is at the core of this transformation with data and analytics at the heart of our strategy. The marketing data team manage the marketing database and we will be revolutionising we manage our data and deliver marketing campaigns. This is an exciting opportunity to join a fast growing team that is core to the digital strategy. What will you need to do? - Build Teradata SQL scripts, or Informatica ETL mappings. - Transform data to support marketing campaigns, reporting and analytics. - Become a subject matter expert understanding both our business and its data. - Get involved in core change activity including design, build and testing. - Provide technical advice and support to our internal customers. - Be able to interpret business problems and translate them into technical solutions and convey those solutions back to non technical stakeholders. - Be able to interrogate data to solve problems and get to the root cause of issues. - Work closely with on and off shore colleagues to ensure quality of deliverables and SLA's are met. - Provide clear, concise communications to relevant stakeholders. How will you do it? - You will be proactive with a strong ability to deliver change and improvement. - You will have a can-do attitude. - You will continually hone existing technical skills and develop new ones to further your reputation as a technical expert. - You will be self motivated with a desire to continually improve both yourself and - You will work collaboratively by nature; you will actively contribute your recommendations and take other's on board for the benefit of the business and our customers. - You will have a commercial and entrepreneurial mind-set and push your stakeholders both internally and externally to beat targets. - You will have a high level of drive, energy and personal commitment to success. Key Skills - Experienced in SQL Development and relational databases (such as Teradata or Oracle). - Experienced Informatica ETL development (Powercentre, IDQ, BDM / BDE) *Experience in analytics, CRM or database marketing. - Hadoop experience an advantage. - Key interest in new technology and Big data. - Data Interrogation and manipulation skills. - Practical experience of using data and applying logic to solve business problems. - Experience in dealing with large volumes of data sources from internal or external sources. Other Role Requirements - Strong attention to detail with a focus on accuracy and data quality. - Excellent written, verbal and presentation skills. - Ability to communicate technical problems and solutions to non-technical stakeholders. - Ability to package and present ideas with clarity. - Good Customer, marketing and insight knowledge. - Good understanding of the financial services sector with specific focus on insurance. We offer a competitive salary and fantastic benefits, including excellent pension and bonus potential, as well as generous annual leave. Bring to Aviva what makes you different and we will support you to do the best work of your life. We encourage applications from everyone who wants to help us achieve our purpose of helping customers to defy uncertainty. One of Aviva's core values is Care more, and this is brought to life through the flexible ways we like to work. This may include working from home some of the time, or flexible work schedules to accommodate parent and carer responsibilities further studies and hobbies. What's important to us is that you are supported to do the best work of your life. Diversity.
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