|Job Ref:||204811260||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Dorset||City:||Bournemouth||Address:||Salary:||£25000 - £32500/annum 10% Performance Bonus||Post Date:||19/10/2016 02:28|
Job Title: MidWeight SQL Developer|
Location: Bournemouth, Dorset
Salary: £25k to £32.5k + 10% Performance Bonus
Our client is looking for a talented and highly experienced Mid Weight MS SQL Server Database Developer to enhance their fast growing, experienced and energetic team.
You should have strong hands-on SQL experience, logical and mathematical in thought, passionate in your approach and wanting fabulous praise for delivering fantastic code!
As the Midweight SQL Developer you will work with your team to deliver new amazing or improved systems. Your role will include designing and creating solutions as well as liaising with the (hopefully articulate) business owner of that project. They have a huge range of external and internal facing systems that require a strong database foundation, which you will be responsible for. On a day to day basis you will be working alongside the rest of the IT team on projects or hopefully coming up with the next genius idea, which you want to explore with the team.
* High Level of Experience with MS SQL Server and SSMS
* Strong T-SQL skills
* SQL Agent Job management
* SQL Server Security
* SQL Performance tuning
Great benefits offered:
* State of the art coffee supplied from a well-known coffee chain
* Company nights out
* Health and fitness access
* Increased holiday for every years' service
* And much more!
Please also attach a covering letter explaining why you are well suited to the role you are applying for.
We receive a high number of applications on a daily basis so we can only respond to successful applications. If you do not hear from us within 3 working days please assume your application has not been taken forward on this occasion. We may contact you in the future about other suitable positions.
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