Development DBA

Database Development, IT - Systems Development
£25,000 to £35,000 Per Annum
Excellent Salary and Benefits
Job Type:
Date Posted:
11 / 9 / 2017
Development DBA - SQL Sever - 12m FTC - Edinburgh - To 35k GBP plus benefits

We have been tasked exclusively by our Edinburgh based client to recruit a SQL Server Development DBA to join a successful and expanding technical team. You will form part of this collaborative development team designing, developing, administering and optimising databases, providing support, implementing improvements, back-end access and functionality as well as developing reports. You will have excellent communication skills, be a great team player who works quickly and effectively and will take pride in delivering quality solutions. To be considered for the role your experience should include;

Role responsibilities:
- Working as part of a collaborative development team
- Contribute to a large scale data migration project (analyse, cleanse, export and load).
- Contribute to the design and development of automated data systems and applications.
- Provide support for data application incidents and see them through to resolution.
- Support automated testing for data and systems

Personal and technical attributes:
- SQL Server Database development, support, administration and reporting (SQL Server to 2014 ideally)
- Experience with SSIS and SSMS (full ETL, configuration, monitoring etc)
- Familiarity with Jira and Confluence would be beneficial
- Educated to degree level and/or relevant Microsoft qualifications would be desirable
- Familiar with cloud technologies would also be beneficial.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing team within a well established and highly successful organisation based in Edinburgh. Although this is for an initial 12 months, you will be contributing to a new 3 year project so there is a strong likelihood of extension. In return, you will receive a salary of up to £35K dependant on experience plus benefits. Apply with your latest CV for immediate consideration.