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Ab Initio Developer & Designer

Location: Melbourne CBD, Victoria Salary: Negotiable
Sector: Banking IT Type: Contract

About Huxley

Huxley is a specialist recruitment company within Banking & Financial Services. Our purpose is to help clients achieve their business goals whilst enabling candidates to achieve their career goals through matching the best talent with the best employers in their field. Our clients include some of Australia's best known banks, insurance companies, fund managers, brokerage firms, accountancy and consulting firms, and other financial institutions.

About the Role

One of our Financial Services clients is currently looking to expand their Ab Initio team to accommodate a large pipeline of work over the next 1-2years. They are looking to hire forward thinking Ab Initio Developers & Designers that will be able to work across end-to-end development, drive design and implementation on a number of projects.

Alongside a team of Ab Initio professionals you will be working on a number of large business critical projects, these would include projects relating to regulatory compliance, reporting and risk.

Requirements

  • In-depth, recent experience with Ab Initio development
  • Advanced knowledge of Ab Initio GDE core components
  • Prior experience working on end-to-end projects
  • Familiar with ETL processes
  • Experience developing either batch or real-time flows
  • Ability to work independently

What is on offer

In return they are looking to offer an initial 6 month daily rate contract in a forward thinking team where your ideas matter. There is a huge pipeline of work so there is a good opportunity to stay on long term in their Melbourne CBD offices.

How to apply

If you have the necessary skills and you would be interested in this position, please apply with an updated copy of your CV for review. Alternatively, please contact Georgina Beavis on 0282512105 for a confidential discussion.

Sthree Australia is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.