Data Quality, Software Developer

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The Software Developer, Data Quality works in a fast-paced transaction-intensive environment and develops tools and reports to support the daily work of the entire team of Data Quality Analysts. Working with the Data Quality Manager, Supervisor(s), and Data Quality Analysts, the Software Developer, Data Quality collects requirements, develops prototypes, and iteratively works with the team to provide tools and reports.
The Software Developer, Data Quality also works with other critical resources involved in EDI/information processing such as the EDI Team and the Data Management Team and most importantly the IT Applications team. The Software Developer, Data Quality must be focused, hard-working and self-motivated.
Understand the needs and requirements of the Data Quality Analysts
Develops tools and reports that will be used on a regular basis by the Data Quality team in ensuring EDI volume consistency, information completeness, and data integrity
Work with existing IT development resources to leverage tools and reports already developed and/or in use
Strong interpersonal, and communication skills
Solid analytical skills
Experience with WebFOCUS
Providing development capabilities in PL/SQL, C++, and C#
Ability to work effectively with little supervision
Ability to identify problems and implement timely solutions
Ability to meet deadlines, prioritize workloads and handle multiple tasks
Special Position Requirements
Some night/weekend work required (25% - 40%)
Required experience
Experience in WebFocus, PL/SQL, C++, and C#.
Experience developing models in Excel (i.e., pivot tables)
Knowledge of EDI processing would be a plus
Experience in logistics or transportation would be a plus

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