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Oracle/SQL DBA

Job Title: Oracle/SQL DBA
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
Industry:
Salary: €400 - €500 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6-12 months
REF: ARH-ORACLE-080615
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email: amyh@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by this international Retail Client to seek a talented Oracle/SQL DBA to work within their Customer Digital TechnologY AREA.

You will be responsible for all activities surrounding maintaining a successful database environment. You will also be responsible for "cleaning" it up, and eradicating issues such as duplicated data. You will split your time between working on their e-commerce area (oracle) and their retail platform (SQL) for all stores and outlets.

Essential Skills

  • Experience in Data base administation, not development
  • SQL/Oracle
  • Experience in an Retail/FMCG/Manufacturing/Engineering background preferred

Desirable

  • Hadoop
  • Apache Cassandra

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