Freestyle Splunk Architect/Developer

Company Name:
Pyramid Consulting, Inc
Pyramid Consulting has an IMMEDIATE need for Freestyle Splunk Architect/Developer in Atlanta, GA
If you are available and interested please send me your resume at
Title: Freestyle Splunk Architect/Developer
Location: Atlanta, GA
Project Description
Develop data source connections and Consumer Engagement Reports/Dashboards for client Freestyle Marketing team.
Developer will work with Freestyle marketing team to develop Consumer Engagement Reports/Dashboards for Client Freestyle Marketing.
In addition, this resource will play the power user role to support Marketing's end users.
Specific Skills/Experience
Experience in developing reports and dashboards on Splunk (4+ years)
Experience in integrating multiple data sources on Splunk (4+ years)
Experience in implementing Splunk on Splunk
Demonstrated ability to gather and analyze requirements (10+ years)
Experience working in large multi-national institutions with complex management structures
Solid understanding of Master Data requirements
Other Skills
Generally, Splunk Architect/Developer must have good people skills, business skills, technical skills and soft skills to be successful. These include:
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including active listening skills.
Well organized and able to complete the work needed for the project independently and with little oversight.
Building effective relationships with clients to develop joint vision for the project, based on a foundation of knowledge of the clients' business.
Assisting the program
by managing client expectations through careful and proactive communications regarding requirements and changes.
Negotiating skills to build a final consensus on a common set of requirements from all clients and stakeholders.
Ensuring that stakeholders know the implications of their decisions, and providing options and alternatives when necessary.
Thanks & Regards,
Ashish Singh
Pyramid Consulting, Inc.
Desk: 770.255-7674 404.902.6712 (M)

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