Advanced IBM Cognos TM1 Architects
Advanced IBM Cognos TM1 Architects New York, NY I’m talent scouting Advanced IBM Cognos TM1 professionals for a long-term lucrative contract with a major investment bank in Midtown, New York. To be considered, please send your resume today. Type: Contract Salary: $165,000 Location: New York, NY In this role, you’ll work with business architect and SME’s to develop solution for automating manual processes and transform business requirements to technical design. You’ll provide effort estimation, feasibility analysis of new requirements and other documentation. Other duties include working with distributed team for implementation of solution and developing an understanding of other applications based on Hyperion Essbase and OBIEE to design interfaces with TM1. Tasks include: Automating of TM1 processes and chores Performance tuning Integration of data from various types of source systems (flat files, Oracle, Essbase, etc) Providing 2nd level support to budget controllers and power users and troubleshoot issues relating TM1 models and templates Managing TM1 environment during patches, upgrades and quarterly maintenance Taking up rapid application development responsibilities on short notice Liaising with IBM and external TM1 consultants for debugging product issues Qualifications: Expertise in developing, integrating and administering IBM Cognos TM1 cubes Advanced Experience of large scale TM1 implementation Advanced TM1 Perspectives, TM1 Architect, IIS Server, MS Excel Advanced Automation (preferably Control-M) Advanced Please email your resume to me now for immediate consideration. I look forward to receiving your resume. Your talent is our passion. Peter Lehrman IT Talent Agent Mitchell/Martin Inc. (MMI) 307 West 38th Street, Suite 1305 New York, NY 10018 email@example.com Call 646.300.7057 Earn $$$ with MMI Referral Program: http://www.itmmi.com/technology-practice/for-job-seekers/referral-program
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