Job Description: Data Warehouse Developer

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The Data Warehouse Developer must have a sound understanding of BI best practices, relational structures, dimensional data modeling, structured query language (SQL) skills, data warehouse and reporting techniques. This sample job description outlines the core job qualifications.

The attached document is a typical job description for a Data Warehouse Developer and was provided by IT Staffing and Tech Recruiting firm G.1440.

The Data Warehouse Developer is responsible for the successful delivery of business intelligence information to the entire organization and is experienced in BI development and implementations, data architecture and data warehousing. Additional responsibilities include:

  • Creating star schema data models, performing ETLs and validating results with business representatives
  • Supporting implemented BI solutions by: monitoring and tuning queries and data loads, addressing user questions concerning data integrity, monitoring performance and communicating functional and technical issues.

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