Senior Database Developer aka Information Architect

DEKA Research & Development Corp.
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Job Description

This highly visible technical professional will be responsible for designing and delivering database capabilities for a large, highly scalable cloud-based IoT application.

Job functions may include relational as well as non relational database design using technologies such as Oracle and Cassandra. Responsibilities may also include development of highly scalable data ingestion layer, support for transactional systems as well as Big Data analytics.

Prior medical devices software development experience is highly desired, but not a must. Familiarity with FDA regulated software development process is a plus.


BS or MS in Computer Science or equivalent work experience
10+ years experience in database design and development with Oracle, SQL Server, or other relational database systems
Expert in SQL development
Experience with scalable systems design and implementation
Familiarity with SQL performance tuning
NoSQL experience, Apache Cassandra a plus
Excellent communication skills
Strong problem solving and debugging skills
Ability to follow direction well, give accurate time estimates, and deliver on time
Ability to meaningfully participate in design and code reviews
Additionally Desirable:

Experience delivering Software as a Service applications
Object-oriented programming experience with Java, JBoss, Spring framework
Experience with Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, or similar Iaas/PaaS
Exposure to Hadoop and other BigData technologies
Involvement in an open-source community

About Our Organization

DEKA Research & Development Corp., located in Manchester, NH, is a dynamic, growing company, focused on the development of new technologies that span a diverse set of applications. We have just celebrated our 30 year anniversary and we continue to be dedicated to using innovative design solutions and state-of-the-art technology to improve lives. We are filled with people who are driven to be among the very best in their respective fields.

Consequently, the atmosphere is rewarding and intense. DEKA employees have the opportunity to work on projects that have a positive, enduring impact on millions of people worldwide.

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