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SSAFA

SSAFA – Database Administrator (London)

 

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

Up to £40,000 per annum
37.5 hours per week
London EC3R

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a full time Database Administrator (SQL DBA) in the IT Department at SSAFA, the UK’s oldest national tri-service military charity.

About the role

We are seeking a highly motivated and driven individual who, as an expert in Microsoft SQL Server and other database management systems (DBMS), can administer SSAFA’s database ecosystem.

Requirements

To carry out this role successfully you will have extensive experience with Microsoft SQL Server, SharePoint (including SharePoint Online) and data manipulation. You’ll be adept at extracting data, creating reports, administering SharePoint lists and generally ensuring that the data SSAFA needs from various systems is of benefit to the organisation. Hands-on knowledge of MySQL and customisation knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics CRM will be hugely advantageous.

The successful candidate will jointly own the high-availability SQL clusters and underlying servers, ensuring they perform 24/7.

SSAFA is an employer that values the diversity of its workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

NO AGENCIES PLEASE

For further information

If you have any queries or would like to speak to someone about this role, please contact Paul Smith on Paul.Smith@ssafa.org.uk for an informal discussion.

To apply, visit SSAFA’s website

Closing date: Midnight on Sunday 11th Feb 2018

Interviews: Dates to be confirmed

SSAFA is an Equal Opportunities Employer and is committed to using the Disclosure & Barring Service.

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