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IT Database Administrator - Essex - Up to £65,000

Job Title: IT Database Administrator - Essex - Up to £65,000
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Essex, Essex
Industry:
Salary: £60000 - £65000 per annum + 10% Bonus + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: TBH424
Contact Name: Tyler Bass Hunt
Contact Email: tylerb@montash.com
Job Published: 11 months ago

Job Description

Job title: IT Database Administrator
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £60,000- £65,000
Location: Essex (40 minute train journey from Central London)

An exciting opportunity to work for a leading FTSE 250 bank based in Essex who are currently undergoing a large strategic transformation which will see the company double in size by 2020.

Job description
You will be reporting to the Head of IT infrastructure; providing 2nd and 3rd line database support and development to the organisation and the organisations clients. The role will involve designing, implementation and strategy in regards to the organisations databases.

Responsibilities

  • All aspects of SQL operations; including design, support and data build.
  • Task management and maintenance (Updates, routine patching, housekeeping and updates)
  • Ensuring the highest possible service uptime by understanding and administrating high availability and fault tolerance
  • Assist application teams by providing a robust and high stable database platforms
  • Ensure all governance and internal processes are adhered too
  • Ensure security and risk are the fundamental foundations for design, decision and delivery
  • Provide expert level factual consultancy for operations and presales to the rest of the technical SME's
  • Creation of documentation and management
  • Available to work extended hours when necessary or work shifts in line with IT helpdesk hours
  • The ability to travel to the organisations offices throughout the UK if necessary
  • Have a clean/ near clean UK driving license
  • Decision-making in IT Infrastructure Manager's absence

Technical skills/ qualifications

  • MCSE or equivalent qualification
  • Windows server 2003/2008
  • IIS, DHCP, DNS, DFS, NLBA
  • Terminal Services 2008
  • Active directory
  • Exchange 2003/2007/2010
  • SQL Server 2005/2008
  • Virualisation using VMware ESXi 4.1
  • Symantec Backup Exec
  • Linux Debian

Experience

  • In supporting, maintaining and troubleshooting VMware cluster including the identification of performance issues
  • Supporting and deploying Windows Server 2008 including high availability
  • Building, deploying and the support of Microsoft Exchange 2010 and SQL 2008
  • Working within change management processes
  • Supporting Active directory implementation with multiple sites and forests
  • Installation and movement of IT equipment

For more information contact Tylerb@montash.com or on 02070140230.

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