Database Administrator / Architect (SC Cleared)

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    London, England

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  • Salary:

    £350.00 - £400.00 per day

  • Contact:

    Jack Williams

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  • Published:

    5 months ago

  • Duration:

    6-9+ Months

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Database Administrator / Architect, Central Government, Hendon, SC Cleared, 6-9+ Months

A Mainframe Database Administrator/Architect is required to support the existing BAU team with the support of ADABAS/Natural databases/programming language, this includes production environment and related functions in the Hendon Data Centre.

You will be required to engage with team members - Stakeholders (Technical teams, development team, Service managers and programs and projects). The successful candidate will be required to deliver some of the DBA/design work, external stakeholder engagement should be expected. Majority of work will be hand on and working within DBA team. Databases are on Mainframe (Administration of ADABAS, Natural Predict on Mainframe)

Key Skills / Experience

  • Extensive experience in the use of database technologies Adabas / Natural/ Predict and the manipulation tools / techniques that these encompass.
  • Knowledge/experience of Natural Administration on Mainframe.
  • Extensive Knowledge/Experience in ADABAS database administration on Mainframe.
  • Knowledge/experience of managing of Natural objects.
  • Demonstrable ability in the design of technical solutions for Database implementation by a third party within the last two years.
  • An understanding of Police database systems and the complexities around the need for fast resolution of incidents and comprehensive investigations in an escalating environment.
  • Knowledge of Mainframe Computing - Unix/Linux/Windows.
  • Knowledge/experience in the design, configuration, migration and upgrade of databases as part of a large project.
  • Previous use of ITIL methodology for BAU activities.