Data Management IT Developer (Python) - Budapest,
- Understand business requirements of new projects by working with research, data, and analytics team.
- Design, implements, and deploy software components based on business requirements.
- Support and rewrite the old applications using Python technology.
- Working closely with other internal IT teams to ensure system stability, recoverability, and maximize performance of data platform, as well as daily production support and monitoring of the database platform.
- This developer role will provide technical support to business analyst/data group.
- Communicate progress and problems to management, estimate working schedule.
- Bachelor Degree in Computer Science or related discipline.
- In-Depth knowledge of Oracle technologies on Linux environment, hands-on experience with SQL, with analytics functions, data warehousing concepts.
- 5+ years in software development including 3+ year experience Python development in Linux/Unix Environment.
- 1+ year experience with automating and scheduling tool, such as AutoSys or Control-M.
- Query and database schema design, database performance tuning.
- Comfort and skill in using GIT to collaborate with other developers.
- Expert level knowledge and industry experience in design and development of large scale, data intensive database.
- Understanding of NoSQL solutions such as ElasticSearch/Hadoop/HP Veritca is a big plus.
Our office is located in the Goregaon suburb of Mumbai, the capital city of the Indian state of Maharashtra. The office is primarily technology and data services but has representation from all groups.
The New York office is MSCI's Global Headquarters, the second largest office after Mumbai. It is located in downtown Manhattan, next to the World Trade Center memorial site. The office is also home to our CEO and several of our Executive Committee members.
The London office is located in the historic Spitalfields market area of East London, between the City of London and Shoreditch. It is our third largest office after Mumbai and New York.