This position supports the General Services Administration (GSA) CAMEO program. The Karsun team is responsible for the development, maintenance, and enhancement (DM&E) and operation of selected GSA Federal Acquisition IT Systems. All employees must be able to pass a Federal Suitability Check for a position of public trust. The GSA CAMEO program supports the operations of multiple business applications, as well as development of new applications across different technologies. The Karsun software development team is responsible for the software design and implementation of web applications supporting multiple Business Lines within GSA. Successful candidates are modern web development specialists experienced in translating business requirements into software architecture. In addition to strong software development skills, ideal candidates have demonstrated experience in working on an Agile Scrum team. Position location is in Herndon, VA.
The ETL developer is responsible for working with multiple platforms, architectures, and diverse technologies gathering requirements, design and developing ETL processes to transform information from multiple sources.The successful candidate will be able to perform ETL development, articulate and implement best practices for ETL reusability and modularity, across Pentaho PDI primarily and tools such as Apache NiFi and Kafka. The candidate must have a successful track record in ETL job design, development and automation activities with minimal supervision. The candidate will be expected to support manual ETL tasks for various development and implementation projects and work with team members to automate such tasks/jobs; Troubleshoot, monitor and coordinate defect resolution related to ETL processing; Responsible for support of all existing ETL processes across various data assets.
NOTE : Contingent upon Approved Public Trust Clearance
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Karsun Solutions is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. It is the policy of the Company to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information