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SQL DBA; Essex - SSIS / SSRS / SSAS - Up to £65,000

Job Title: SQL DBA; Essex - SSIS / SSRS / SSAS - Up to £65,000
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Brentwood, Essex
Salary: £60000 - £65000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J6364
Contact Name: Vikki Bayfield
Contact Email:
Job Published: 14 days ago

Job Description

SQL Database Administrator (DBA); Brentwood, Essex - SSIS / SSRS / SSAS - Up to £65,000

Our client a FTSE 250 financial services organisation based in Brentwood, Essex are seeking a SQL Database Administrator to join their team on a permanent basis. The SQL DBA will be responsible for providing 2nd/3rd line support and development to the business encompassing design, implement, strategy and operations.

Required Skills:

  • Broad understanding of database theory, design and development.
  • Experience of SQL Server 2008 R2, 2012, 2016
  • SSIS essential, SSAS advantageous, SSRS or reporting/ BI tools such as Qlikview, Tableau
  • Knowledge of alerting for SQL infrastructure


  • All aspects of SQL (2008/12,14 and 16) operations, including support, design and data build
  • Maintenance and task management; updates, bug fixes, routine patching, housekeeping
  • Understanding and administrating high availability and fault tolerance to ensure highest possible service uptime
  • Assist application teams by providing a robust and high stable database platforms
  • Ensure that all internal process and governance is followed
  • 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
  • Documentation creations and management

If this SQL Database Administrator (DBA) is of interest then please respond with an up to date CV.

SQL Database Administrator (DBA); Brentwood, Essex - SSIS / SSRS / SSAS - Up to £65,000

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