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1375- ETL Developer/Data Ingestion Engineer

Reston, Virginia


Serve as a data acquisition engineer performing Extract Transform Load (ETL) and work through complex problems with great attention to detail. Perform as a part of a team created to develop workflows to acquire data, analyze, manage, maintain, and evaluate state-of-the-art extraction, transforming, and loading capabilities to maintain a timely data corpus. Determine data ingest quality issues and propose recommendations for their elimination. Assist with the formulation of data ingest processes. Provide subject matter support to provision IT and ETL.


  • Experience with Java
  • Experience with a streaming data framework, including Apache Kafka
  • Experience with web-based architecture, including HTML and JavaScript
  • Experience with ETL development and processes from diverse data sources
  • Experience with the development, maintenance, and enhancement of data mappings, work-flows, and processes
  • Experience in working with Relational Databases
  • Experience with a variety of data feed types, including RSS, SOAP, and REST
  • Experience with data modeling concepts


  • Experience with XML, JSON, and TXT transformations, including writing and applying XSLT to transform data
  • Knowledge of the Agile software development process, including Scrum and Kanban
  • Ability to map and document needed data elements in multiple databases to aggregate them under one schema
  • BA or BS degree preferred
  • Database Administration, ETL, or Business Intelligence-related Certifications
  • DoD 8570 Compliance Certification, including Security+
  • Experience with any of the following technologies: Apache Kafka, NiFi, Airflow, PostgreSQL, Pentaho Data Integration, Accumulo, Solr, Elastic Stack, Firefox, Chromium, or Kubernetes
  • Experience with DoD or IC clients
  • Experience as a database administrator
  • Experience with web scraping, including Document Object Model (DOM) exploration


  • TS/SCI