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Database Engineer/Reports Developer

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SolTech, Inc.
Database Engineer/Reports Developer Overview: SolTech, an industry leading technology firm known for developing custom web-based and mobile applications in Atlanta, is looking for a motivated Database Engineer/Report Developer who will play a critical role in maintaining our proprietary database and reporting applications, as well as developing automated processes to enhance the end-user experience. The Opportunity: Are you a self-starter? Do you have exceptional time management skills and a positive attitude? Looking for a career that is challenging and full of opportunities? If so, this fast-paced, dynamic and interactive team environment might be the perfect role for you. Responsibilities:- Working with Microsoft SQL Server Databases - Stored procedures - Ad-hoc queries - SSRS - SSIS - Data mining/data warehouses - Data Integration/ETL Processes with client systems - Reporting Applications - Legacy reporting tools using Crystal Reports - Design and develop reports using SSRS - Technical analysis, design, testing/QA - Software development opportunities using C#, .Net, JavaScript, HTML - Working on a variety of delivery platforms including desktop, cloud and mobile Qualifications:- Strong Back End development skills and knowledge of relational databases (Oracle, MySQL,Microsoft SQL Server, or others) - Proficiency with SQL data mining and queries - Experience with online reporting applications - Powerful communication skills, both written and oral - Ability to work in a small team environment - Proven problem-solving capabilities - Strict adherence to deadlines and milestones - Web-based programming skills (HTML, XML, JavaScript, .Net) a plus -
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