Oracle CC&B/C2M Conversion Developer

Booker DiMaio, LLC, Philadelphia, PA (United States)

Category: Programming

Posted on: 19 Nov 2020


Job Description


    Lead the Data Mapping design sessions for legacy systems and Oracle CC&B/C2MDevelop data conversion plan, strategy, and approach.Identify and coordinate legacy data cleanup activities with the business.Create balancing and audit control procedures and reports.Designs programs and scripts for creation and migration of data from source to target systems.Advise business on options, risks, and any impacts related to data conversion & migration.Manage all data conversion activities from project initiation to production cutover and support.Share knowledge and create proper documentation related to the ETL, data mapping & migration efforts.

Experience, Skills and Abilities

    Bachelor’s degree in Business, Information Technology, Computer Science or related area of study, or demonstrated equivalent work experience is requiredMust have minimum 3+ years of experience in data conversion from legacy (preferably Oracle based) source system to CC&B/C2MMust have a strong utility background in playing a Conversion developer role of CIS solutions for utilities specific to Oracle CC&B/C2MProficient with Oracle CC&B/C2M data model (the V) and Oracle Utilities Application Framework (OUAF)Proficient in writing PL/SQL's required for data profiling/mapping activitiesAble to design ETL jobs for data conversion using any of the ETL toolsUnderstand the legacy data models and identify the data quality issuesShould be able to perform tuning of the ETL jobs to achieve optimum performance and meet conversion window

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