Operations research analyst: Responsible for the analysis and research of existing financial applications to optimize operational performance and costs of execution. Find the bottle-necks of financial calculations application written in C++ under Linux and provide expert recommendations of moving all operational environments to a cloud platform. Research the current structure of polynomial calculations using Horner's rule. Responsible for DQ analyses of incoming data using ataccama as a DQ tool. Responsible for the planning and documenting of the transition of all existing operations to aws using terraform, snowflake, and aws serverless stack of services. Analyze the security and maintainability of operational infrastructure using okta and consul.
Requirements: polynomial calculations using Horner's rule; Strong .net core: efcore, dapper, mvc, multithreading, aws.sdk, mock; strong python pandas, numpy, boto3, pytest; aws : lambda, step functions, aws fargate services, sns, sqs, s3, kinesis firehose, storage gateway, api getaway. Hands on experiences terraform, okta, vault, consul; snowflake, ataccama; experience and ssis,ssrs, ssas; t-sql, query optimization, performance tuning; angular 4+/ angular js; c++,library singular, ci/cd , git, docker. Must have a Master of Science degree or U.S. equivalent in Software Engineering or Computer Science plus two years of experience as an Operations Research Analyst. Please send resume to: Insycom, Inc. 85 River Street, Ste. 4B, Waltham, MA 02453.
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