Senior Developer - Data Warehouse

Location: Sydney CBD, New South Wales
Job Type: Permanent
Posted: 20 days ago
Contact: Sofie Cederholm
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Reference: 193858_1557184261

Our Client

With around 150 staff, and worth more than $300m, my client is one of Australia's leading FinTechs, and a major technology innovation award winner.

Their SaaS products are market leading, but to fuel continued scaling, they need a Senior Developer to re-architect their database, building a data warehouse that will allow significantly faster retrieval of data and API performance...

This role is part of a massive greenfield technology investment program, setting technical best practice templates which will drive product and company growth over the next 10 years. This includes a 1.5m line of code monolith re-factoring into micro-services, the full utilisation of AWS and infrastructure-as-code, containerisation, .Net Core and automation testing etc.

Your role in this program, will be to work on database performance, which underpins upcoming key strategic initiatives around product performance and re-factoring, API'S, mergers/integration's and security. Success in this role is to architect and build Data warehouse to make data retrieval significantly faster.

Their current database ecosystem is becoming the 'data plumbing' for the wealth accounting space in Australia. It feeds real-time data to more than 70 partner companies and 150k funds, whilst receiving data from more than 100 different sources - every major part of the Australian financial services industry.

About You

To be suitable for this role, you will likely have 10+ years database development and architecture experience, with a proven track record of significantly improving data retrieval speeds through the re-architecture of databases and build of data warehouses.

You will be an MS SQL magician! Postgres, C# and MS stack experience would be good.

For more information or a confidental discussion, please contact Sofie Cederholm on sofie.cederholm@peoplebank.com.au quoting reference 193858