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Director of Mainframe Database Engineering

JP Morgan Chase - 16,049 reviews - Columbus, OH 43240 (Far North area)
A minimum of 5 years direct hands-on experience performing systems/infrastructure engineering, database administration, or application programming....

Resident Solutions Architect (EMEA)

Databricks - London, OH
Familiarity with database and analytics technologies in the industry including Data Warehousing/ETL, Relational Databases, or MPP....

Lead Enterprise Architect

Cognizant - 9,371 reviews - Mason, OH
In-depth knowledge of Windows and Linux Servers for application hosting, performance tuning and application deployments....

VP- Lead Sailpoint Implementation Engineer

JP Morgan Chase - 16,049 reviews - Columbus, OH 43240 (Far North area)
Demonstrated experience with large distributed applications. Strong knowledge of object oriented design, Java concurrency and transactional frameworks, client...

UNIX Security Engineer - CyberSecurity

JP Morgan Chase - 16,049 reviews - Columbus, OH 43240 (Far North area)
Experience in utilizing relational database or No SQL database. 5+ years of programming experience in enterprise class applications, with a core competency in...

Big Data and Analytics Lead, Executive Director-Westerville,...

JP Morgan Chase - 16,049 reviews - Westerville, OH 43081
Hands-on experience integrating relational database and NoSQL store; Investing in security & controls for cyber, access/entitlements uplift, data protection and...

Sr. Big Data Engineer (Hadoop)

Conexess Group, LLC - 3 reviews - Cincinnati, OH 45202 (Mount Adams area)
Big Data Engineer (Hadoop). The Big Data Engineer will work with other highly talented Data Engineers, Data Scientists, and BI professionals and deal with some...
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