Studio 29

SQL Developer

  • Location Woodstock, Western Cape
  • Category
  • Job Type Permanent
  • Salary Negotiable
  • Ref # 5265

The SSIS & SQL Developer will be responsible for the scripts required to extract, transform, clean and move data and metadata so they can be loaded into the enterprise data warehouse and /or operational data stores.


Under the management / direction of the Senior SQL Developer, the SSIS & SQL Developers will have the following responsibilities (including but not limited to):

· Work with the team to identify and understand source data systems.

· Develop and test extraction, transformation and load (ETL) processes.

· Define and capture metadata and rules associated with the ETL processes.

· Adapt ETL processes to accommodate changes in source systems and new business requirements.

Opportunities to advance your career in the following areas:

· Systems Architect

· BI Analyst

· SQL Developer


· Qliksense Developer

· Data Analyst


· College degree in the field of computer science, information systems, or computer engineering.

· Certification in Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist and Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Business Intelligence Developer.

· Minimum of 4 years direct work experience.

· Demonstrated ability with SSIS ETL tools.

· Strong ability to analyze user requirements into technical solutions according to specifications.

· Strong understanding of relational database structures, theories, principles, and practices.

· Exceptional analytical, conceptual, and problem-solving abilities.

· Able to prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment.

· Experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.

· Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations


Group Life – cover to the value of 1 X Annual Salary

Disability Cover – cover to the value of 1 X Annual Salary

Funeral Cover – cover for both you and your immediate family

Medical Aid contribution


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