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We’re looking for Teradata experts with an understanding of and experience with Teradata data warehouse, TASM, tuning in the Teradata environment and database administration tasks. Travelers utilizes Teradata for project managers and business analysts who have familiarity with a Teradata System and Teradata Application DBAs.
Project managers and directors are the single point of accountability for the management and implementation of projects at Travelers. They are team players who are willing to work in partnership with our business partners to identify and implement projects that support the achievement of simple to complex unit or corporate goals. Project managers and directors control the planning and execution of the project's activities and resources to ensure that established cost, time and quality goals are met. Qualified candidates communicate effectively, are knowledgeable about varying technologies and application development, demonstrate an ability to set direction and can inspire others to achieve desired outcomes.
Solutions Architect - A solutions architect must have a balanced mix of technical and business skills. Architects are focused on solving business needs in a strategic manner. For example, decisions are evaluated against how they will allow the enterprise, or a single software system to grow and perform in the long term. Great care is taken to create and spot opportunities for re-use. Because of the strategic bias, decisions that an architect will make will often differ from those that a developer or a project manager will make. In many ways, the architect acts as the business owner would if they were technically savvy. Solutions architects focus on the "big picture" and define the interaction between components.
Enterprise Architect - An enterprise architect deals with strategic software decisions (aligning IT with the business), typically involving many software systems within an organization, across several projects teams and typically at more than one site. The enterprise architect may seldom see or interact with source code.
Application Architect - An application architect focuses on a single software application. This may be a full- or part-time role. The application architect is almost always an active software developer.
Information engineers transform business specifications into cost-effective information systems applications through resource plans. Project managers and supervisors rely on our information engineers to provide them with timely and accurate information regarding the performance of their assigned projects. Collaboration is key as these professionals build and leverage effective alliances across the technical and business community ensuring the best utilization of resources.
Business analysts enable subject matter experts to articulate the capabilities they need to meet their objectives by conducting interviews and gathering information. They serve as the lead for compiling requirements for small to complex projects as well as business process improvement efforts. Qualifications include technical expertise, business domain knowledge, project management experience and exceptional problem-solving, decision-making and analytical skills.
Our innovative IT applications allow us to set industry standards in product delivery and customer service.