SQL Server DBA
£350 - £400 p/d
A leading FTSE 100 firm based in London is looking for a SQL DBA to join the Development Team. They are in need of a SQL DBA, who has had experience in upgrade projects as they are looking to upgrade SQL Server 2012 to SQL Server 2014. This contract is an initial 6 months, based in central London.
Day to day responsibilities consist of being responsible for the implementation and release of database changes according to the agreed timescales and costs given. Along with this, you will be required to experience monitoring and tuning SQL services, and managing ITIL complaint environments. Troubleshooting will also be a key responsibility for the SQL Server DBA.
When looking at the key experience needed for this role, you will only be considered if you have the following attributes. Firstly, you will need to have significant Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and 2012 knowledge, as well as having a strong understanding of database structures, theories, principles and practises with relevant operational experience. When looking at flowcharting, you will be required to have experience with data management and data processing flowcharting techniques.
If this sounds like something which you would be interested in, then please apply below ASAP in order to be considered.
SQL Server DBA Contract Bristol
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