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SQL Server DBA - Hertfordshire - Travel

Job Title: SQL Server DBA - Hertfordshire - Travel
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire
Salary: £50000 - £60000 per annum + benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: le007
Contact Name: Lewis Etherington
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

The Role

Engaging with multiple teams within the IT Services department you will need strong communication skills. You will need administering and troubleshooting skills within a SQL Server environment to be able to maintain IT systems.

Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate will be a highly motivated individual who has experience of working with high transactional SQL Servers. They will be able to support, operate and manage Databases within IT systems as well as the ability to provide IT disaster recovery plans.

Role responsibilities

  • Building SQL Server Solutions
  • Ability to work cross functionally to meet business goals
  • Programming /scripting languages including Powershell
  • Database modelling
  • Consolidating databases
  • Working with Technology Management, SDM's and Architecture Teams

Key Skills

  • Working with ITIL framework
  • Experience of SQL Server 2012
  • Business Intelligence platforms including SSIS, SSAS and SSRS
  • Translating to and from technology and business language
  • Understanding of security practices including PCI regulations

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