Database Administrator

Recruiter
Powerhouse Recruitment Limited
Location
Manchester
Salary
£28000 - £30000/annum Salary in the region of £30,000
Posted
17 Jul 2017
Closes
16 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
A Database Administrator is required to join an established and leading Employment Law firm. you will need at least 2-3 years experience in SQL, MYSQL, SSRS and Database design and development.   THE CLIENT Our clients have been in operation since the 90's and offer a comprehensive range of business compliance services. They have a team of experts that support thousands of businesses all over the UK and Ireland in Employment Law, Health & Safety, Payroll, DBS (CRB) Checks, Accredited Training, Absence Management and Intelligent Software Solutions.   YOUR ROLE WOULD INCLUDE In this role, you need a high level of expertise as a DBA as your responsibilities would include design, implementation of backups, performance tuning, management and provisioning of databases.   SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Database Administration (DBA)
Perform Development DBA activity, performance tuning and SQL server management
Ensuring that storage and archiving procedures are functioning correctly
Capacity Planning
Extensive Knowledge of business intelligence and expert in SQL writing and SQL server reporting services (SSRS)
Communicating regularly with technical, applications and operational staff to ensure database integrity and security. TECHNICAL SKILLS
Knowledge of SQL Server (Apply online only)
MYSQL
SSRS
Database design and development    QUALIFICATIONS 
BS or MS Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or equivalent 
3+ years related experience LOCATION Manchester   SALARY upto £30,000 plus Benefits     Powerhouse recruit across the UK and overseas, recruiting top talent in the Property and IT industry. If you do not hear from us within 3 working days please assume that you have not been successful in the next stage. If you would like to see what other job roles we have on offer then please visit our website (url removed)