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August 31, 2017

Database Administrator

Filed under: Uncategorized — karol @ 12:30 am

We currently have an exciting new contract available for an experienced Database Administrator to join a reputable organisation based in Brisbane.

Your key responsibilities will include:

- Provide high level of technical expertise and technical direction
- Analysis of IT system issues and the formulation, design and provision of appropriate solutions and improvements.
- Installation, configure, test, optimise, implement and commission enterprise Oracle database infrastructure
- Operational support of the SQL Server databases, including SQL 2008 R2,2012, 2014 with SQL 2016
- Involvement in both BAU and project based activities as part of a dedicated team
- Providing database support on various systems, plus related project engagements

You will have the following skills and experience:

- 5+ years experience within a SQL Database Administrator role
- Previous experience with SQL 2008 R2,2012, 2014 with SQL 2016
- Exposure to Linux Operating Systems preferred
- Proven experience in the operational management of the SQL Database Environment
- Expertise with database installation, configuration and tuning of database environments
- Previous exposure to change management, capacity planning, incident and risk management
- Proven experience managing high availability solutions
- Experience with SQL Server database administration and tools, including SSIS and SSRS
- Experience in SQL DDL, DML and database partitioning
- Experience of working in a DevOps/Continuous Delivery environment desirable
- Powershell knowledge advantageous
- Exposure to Oracle, Teradata or MySQL database administration advantageous
- Excellent communication skills both written and oral

To be considered for the role click the ‘Apply’ button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Teagan Pope on …… . Please quote our job reference number: …… .

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