The tech stack is SQL Server T-SQL programming. Almost everything is scripted in T-SQL. It will be helpful if a person knows SQL Server security (roles, schemas, EXECUTE AS for stored procedures that implement dynamic SQL - where the queries are built as part of the stored procedure rather than typed in directly). Our client makes heavy use of RedGate SQLPrompt for formatting, which is fairly easy to pick up if you're not familiar.
The ideal resource must be used to following very structured SQL development practices. The client utilizes OneNote to document their naming conventions.
This is a contract role.