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Database Administrator (m/f)


Msearch
Data:16-5-2018  Local: Lisboa

Our client is a innovation startup, which following the need to strengthen its team, seeks to identify one:


Database Administrator (m/f)
Lisbon


Our Offer
- Excellent career opportunity in a multinational dynamic leader in the sector
- Ability to work with leading companies in various industries
- Stable employment and career progression;
- Investment in Training and personal development;
- Centrally located offices with canteen and a good public transport network;
- Health insurance;
- Free monthly activities such as sports tournaments, sports, hiking and workshops.


Responsibilities
- Management and treatment of incidents and requests;
- Install and configure database management systems;
- Ensure and maintain backups of data and systems;
- Testing and restoring data;
- Verify services and mitigate incidents;
- Implement and maintain systems monitoring tools;
- Create and maintain database;
- Document the infrastructure and its dependencies.

Your Profile
- Post-Bologna Degree or 12th Year ICT Area;
- Professional experience of 3 years in similar function;
- MCSA Certification: SQL Server;
- Knowledge of Hardware and Software;
- Knowledge of Communications Networks;
- Knowledge in Microsoft Server (Active Directory);
- Knowledge in Microsoft SQL Server;
- Knowledge in Microsoft SQL Server HA / DR;
- Knowledge in Symantec Backup Exec (Data protection);
- Knowledge of HP DataProtector (Data Protection).

If you are up for the challenge and interested in this opportunity, send your application to:http://www.msearch.pt/recrutamento/id-379211/database-administrator-m-f.aspx send and email to ---@--- with the Ref. Database Administrator.



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