Cyclad is an international consulting company operating in the IT/ICT sectors, providing outsourcing solutions for HR and IT services. For our client, British company specializing in remote technical support, we are looking for Junior MS SQL Administrator.
- Basic experience in the administration of the MS SQL database
- Willingness to develop towards database administration
- Ability and willingness to deal with new technologies and applications to familiarize and further dissemination of knowledge within the team
- Very good English spoken and written, German would be a benefit
- Experience in SQL Server Replication especially with regard to scalability concerns, Backup/Recovery, Disaster recovery and planning.
- Experience in Database Administration on Production Servers with server configuration, monitoring, performance tuning and maintenance with outstanding troubleshooting capabilities
- Challenging work in a global, innovative and rapidly developing company
- Opportunities for career development and training, helping to acquire or broaden skills
- Work in a modern office space in the center of Poznań
- Attractive salary and employee benefits package (including 1 additional day of leave and private healthcare)
- Industry: IT services
- Type of project: development & design of database strategies
- Location: center of Poznań
- Project language: English & Polish
- Type of contract: employment contract
- Remuneration: 7000 PLN gross (depending on the skillset)
- Development and design of database strategies, system monitoring and improving database performance and capacity, and planning for future expansions
- Maintaining and supporting all Production/QA/development MS SQL servers.
- Administration, design and implementation of MS SQL Server environments (2008 R2, 2012, 2014 and 2016)
- Responsibility for taking over and performing tasks and activities within the technology lifecycle, as well as consulting the customer
- Implementation of system test / compatibility test / creation of test scenarios
- Call service