In this role, you will work within the Financial Crime Compliance Data Warehouse at Zürich Alstetten. As a developer, you will focus on the continuous development of a large DB2 database, based on an Informatica platform, which has been developed through a bespoke in-house data-sourcing framework.
This exciting role will put in an agile and dynamic environment, collaborating with a diverse group of colleagues from around the world.
You are curious, persistent, logical and clever a true techie at heart. You enjoy living by the code of your craft and developing elegant solutions for complex problems.
If this sounds like you, keep reading to learn more about this exciting role!
Come and join EPAM where Engineering is in our DNA.
Develop the Compliance Data warehouse end to end platform in collaboration with the business, data scientists, and quality assurance (QA) and user experience (UX) professionals
Share knowledge across the whole development community
Take pride in the quality of delivered software products and services
Influence and steer the technical development within projects
5+ years of experience as a data warehouse engineer within the financial sector
5+ years DB2 experience, if not another relational database such as Oracle
Experience with DB2 utilities (e.g. reorg / runstats / load) and query optimisation
Experience with temporal data management
5+ years advanced SQL (including OLAP functions, CTEs, indexing and temporary tables)
Unix scripting experience
Experience of working in an Agile environment
Fluent in English
Competitive compensation depending on skills and experience
Knowledge-sharing across EPAM's global Tech Communities
Unlimited access to LinkedIn learning solutions
Relocation support as per EPAM relocation policies
EPAM Community with regular corporate and social events
Career growth, performance and compensation reviews
Please note that any offers will be subject to appropriate background checks
We do not accept CVs from recruiting or staffing agencies
Due to the Swiss labour legislation we can only accept applicants who have a valid right to work in Switzerland