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MS Access/SQL Server Developer

Job Title: MS Access/SQL Server Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
Industry:
Salary: €450 - €460 per day
Start Date: January 2016
Duration: 3 months +
REF: MSSQL-101215
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email: amyh@montash.com
Job Published: almost 2 years ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by a Leading Financial services client to source an MS Access/SQL Server developer to join their software development team.

The company processes a huge number of transactions each day across the world and their software development area constantly needs improving.

You will join one of the agile teams, working with financial services and payment experts to help improve their product portfolio.

You will be working regularly with 3rd party suppliers and off shore teams. Your main objective will be to develop high quality technological solutions to improve their current environment which runs 24/7.


Fluent English is required as it is the business language spoken.

Skills

- Experience in a High Availability Environment

-MS Access 2007

-MS Access 2010

-SQL Server 2012

-SQL Queries

-Perform Code Review

-Create technical designs and review functional designs

-Ability to troubleshoot issues

-Ability to communicate with end users

SQL / MS ACCESS / SQL Developer / SQL Server Developer / MS Acess Developer / access 2010 / SQL Server 2012

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