SQL Database Administrator (DBA)
Why you should say yes to Worldpay?
You may or may not know, but billions of money transactions a year are made using our payments processes, whether via a card machine or online. Our systems enable our customers, whether large or small, to process their customer’s payments, so they can grow their business. This could be your local supermarket where you do your weekly shop or favourite airline when you book tickets to New York.
How will you add value?
Working in a fast paced team, you’ll be responsible for the planning, management and delivery of engineering. These software based solutions make up Worldpay’s 24/7 online infrastructure. Your key deliverables will be managing and maintaining the SQL Server database environments and ensure development and testing database environment are kept up to date. You’ll support a 24/7 on-call function on a rotating basis and troubleshoot and investigate production system problems. You’ll design and own the database infrastructure solutions and support database implementations and deployments. And you’ll manage the service transition of database solutions into the operations teams. In order to drive cross functional stakeholder management you will also create automated deployments and changes that can be handed over to the operations teams.
What will make you the right candidate?
You’ll be a hands-on subject matter expert in engineering of SQL databases and database products as well as have ITIL knowledge. Other than that we are looking for the following technical skills:
- Microsoft SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2012
- Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2012
- SQL Server database mirroring
- T-SQL scripting and development skills
- SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) with ETL processes
- SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
It would be ideal if you have experience of complex online applications in the finance industry as well as experience with PowerShell. We have great people working at Worldpay so good communication and stakeholder management skills are essential.
Cambridge / England
Tech and Engineering
December 19, 2017