A World of Opportunities 
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    Current Openings

    How We Hire
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    We admit it, we’re selective about the Team Members we invite to join Dynamic Risk.

      

    Step 1: First Contact: You’ve reached out to us in response to an opening, or maybe you’ve heard about the work we do or the culture we’ve created. We might have gone looking for you or maybe you’ve been referred to us. However you land at our front door, we’re happy you are here.

      

    Step 2: Initial Review: We conduct a thorough review of your qualifications and experience to assess fit to our opportunities. For some, this means they proceed to Step 3, for others, we add them to our Talent Community and regularly review them against our hiring needs.

      

    Step 3: Getting to Know You: What are you looking for? What experience have you gained? What do you know about Dynamic Risk? These are a few questions we ask in our first screening interview as you share your story and your career aspirations.

      

    Step 4: Getting into the Details: This is often your first introduction to our hiring team. Now that we know a bit more about you, in this step we dig into your industry and discipline knowledge and technical skills. This touch point helps us determine if you meet the requirements of the role. For our junior roles, we make our decision at this stage.

      

    Step 5: Show us What you’ve Got: For some of our intermediate and all of our senior roles we ask you to prepare a short presentation for us. This helps us understand how you handle yourself when all eyes are on you.

      

    Step 6: The Offer: We begin with the end in mind with the presentation of a Term Sheet. This gives us a chance to make sure we are aligned on the big items – salary, start date, and responsibilities. We then speak with your references, conduct background screening and when we have the all clear, you are presented with employment documents.

      

    Step 7: On Boarding: A bespoke on-boarding plan is created for you. In addition to introducing you to the Company and how we do things, during the first month, we schedule touch points for you with key individuals and departments you’ll work most closely with.


    Talent Spotlight
    Jagdish Chaudhary

    1. Introduce yourself and elaborate on your career at Dynamic Risk? How long have you been a team member at Dynamic Risk?

    My name is Jagdish Chaudhary. I am the Manager of Development Operations. I have worked with the company since August 22, 2011, and I joined as a Database Administrator. I started my career as an Electronics and Telecommunication Engineer working with SAP BASIS, but most of my expertise has occurred at Dynamic Risk.

    2. Tell us what motivates you to wake up and go to work?

    I get to work with some amazing people every day at Dynamic Risk. It is a known fact that we have incredibly talented professionals that bring unique skills to the table. I get to learn new things, mentor and coach my team to grow professionally.

    I am motivated by solving complex technical challenges and generating new ideas to improve data storage, data management, and Extract, Transfer, and Load (ETL) processes. Technology advances quickly and I enjoy collaborating to test new ideas and find creative efficiencies that solve data problems.

    I love this quote from Christopher McDougall. The quote aligns seamlessly with the innovation that is required with changing technologies, “ every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up, it knows it must outrun the fastest lion or it will be killed. Every morning in Africa, a lion wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the slowest gazelle, or it will starve. It doesn’t matter whether you’re the lion or a gazelle-when the sun comes up, you’d better be running”. In my interview ten years ago, I used this quote. This quote is still relevant and motivating.

    3. What are your team’s responsibilities?

    I work with an extremely talented and diverse team of ETLs, DBA, Data Solution Specialists, and Client Support Specialists. My team is responsible for creating, upgrading, and maintaining client databases onsite and on the cloud. We currently support over 500 databases on Test, Development, Pre-production, and Production environments across more than 15 servers.

    We are responsible for maintaining the IRAS Data Model and creating, optimizing and executing ETL processes. My team supports the delivery of IRAS applications and databases to clients and is also responsible for receiving and restoring client deliveries. My team also sets up users for an internal and external database. We provide IRAS application access, publish applications on the hosting environment, as well as provide client support and testing support for the IrasWeb solution.

    4. Which project are you most proud of and why?

    Most of the projects I have worked on here at Dynamic Risk have been fulfilling. The last project that I had the opportunity to lead and work on was the ‘Data Sharing’ project. With the help of Abhinav Kumar and Debbie Macrohon, we explored, tested, and implemented a new cloud solution. The new cloud solution stores pipeline data from multiple clients into a single data storage system, which helps end-users make informed decisions. There were a few challenges, but we learned new ETL cloud technologies. The team migrated the eligible transmissions client data into the new Cloud Data Sharing platform last month.

    5. What are some of the greatest technology challenges that the industry will face and how will we overcome these challenges?

    The biggest technology challenge is data storage, security, and processing. In this digital age, everything is stored online. As a population, we rely on doing everything online. We conduct business activities, social networking, and even shopping from our phones. These interactions are growing exponentially. Our data is stored online, from airline tickets to banking and credit card data. We are empowered to travel the world with just a Passport and a mobile phone, do not forget your charger! We are tasked with finding a solution that stores data stacks safely. The next challenge addresses how do we process and analyze the data. Microsoft Azure, AWS and Google Cloud Platform have transformed the way big data is stored and processed. Companies will need to move to a Hybrid, Cloud or Multi-Cloud environment to store their data safely. We need to educate and train individuals about data privacy risks, encrypt at rest and inflight data for security reasons adhering to our data security best practices. Machine learning will play a big role in helping with data security and processing the data. New technologies, such as Fast Data and the Internet of Things will help analyze data promptly.