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Senior SQL Server Database Engineer

Our Opportunity: We are looking for experienced and motivated SQL Server Database Engineer who will join our cross-platform Database Services Team. You will support multiple mission-critical highly transactional SQL Server databases, collaborate with the business users, and help developers with performance tuning and database development. We are expecting you to have experience working as both, Infrastructure and Developer DBAs, be proficient in automation, and willing to learn and work in highly energetic environment. What you'll do: Work as the member of cross-platform Database Services Team Be responsible for meeting various SLAs for multiple SQL Server databases in the company Troubleshoot and address various issues in the systems Architect and implement HA/DR/Backup/Maintenance strategies in the system Participate in performance tuning and help with database development of performance-critical code Collaborate with development teams in the organization Learn other database platforms and technologies This position may require travel What you'll need: 5+ years of experienceworking with SQL Server as Infrastructure and Developer DBA In depth knowledge of relational databases in general, and SQL Server architecture and features Experience automating routine DBA tasks Experience implementing SQL Server HA/DR/Maintenance/Backup strategies Ability to perform system monitoring and address various system health issues in the system Ability to do performance tuning and database development Bonus Software development experience and knowledge of modern software development processes is a plus Knowledge of other database platforms is a plus  
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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