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Job ref no.: 495639
Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited

Database Administrator

Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited

Job No.: 495639
Employment Type: Full time
Departments: Information Technology Department
Job Functions: Information Technology

Responsibilities

  • Installation and configuration of DB Server
  • Capacity planning, performance monitoring, tuning, and optimization of database systems
  • SQL Design and tuning, database problem determination and solving.
  • Operation, planning and design of multiple enterprise DB servers
  • Suggest improvements for operating policies, technical architecture and configuration of DB systems and related applications
  • Documentation of SQL environment and operations
  • Work with security and system administrators to resolve security issues, performance issues, stability issues

Requirements

  • Degree holder in Information Technology, Computer Science or related discipline
  • 2 years hands-on experience in MS SQL/Oracle/DB2 UDB Server database administration.
  • Proficient in physical database design.
  • Sound experience in database problem determination and solving.
  • Windows batch scripting and scheduling
  • MCDBA/OCP/IBM Certified DB2 UDB Administrator certification is a plus.
  • Experience with supporting parallel projects in a fast paced and collaborative team environment.
  • Willing and required to support off-hours and on-call attendance
  • Good analytical and creative mind, and be able to work under pressure.

We offer competitive remuneration package and comprehensive fringe benefits including medical and life insurance, and different types of allowances to the right candidate. Interested parties, please submit your application online. For details, please visit our website http://www.bochk.com

To apply: https://careers.pageuppeople.com/798/cw/en/job/495639/database-administrator=11232

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