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Ms Sql Database Engineer

Nudge Group - Sydney, NSW

Source: uWorkin

Source: uWorkin


An incredibly dynamic established business that researches and builds predictive analytics for sports, using advanced techniques and technologies. They research and model all aspects of gameplay to derive unique insights into a variety of sports. Their analytics provide the core of sports trading systems in competitive, time-sensitive markets around the world.

Based in Sydney CBD, where a talented group of data scientists, engineers, and sports specialists work together to build our unique products. They offer a working environment designed to attract and retain exceptional people; colleagues to learn from and be inspired by, an informal working environment with the tools and facilities required to do the job well, and a healthy approach to work-life balance. They greatly value the diversity of all kinds and are committed to a flexible, respectful working environment.

Skills required:

  • Prefer 5 years of SQL DBA
  • Experienced in ETL (Extract-Transform-Load) development / data integration
  • Prior experience using Unix/Linux (RedHat)
  • Microsoft SQL & Microsoft SQL Reporting Services (2005-2016)
  • Experience with a clustered environment, VLDBs, and Replication
  • An understanding of SAN and backup technologies
  • Database performance tuning
  • High level of technical expertise, specialisation, and troubleshooting skills

Highly Desirable: 

  • Knowledge of Java and/or .NET
  • Knowledge of Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Knowledge of ORM
  • Knowledge of High-availability techniques
  • Familiar with Bug Trackers preferably JIRA & Confluence
  • Working experience of monitoring tools eg. Zabbix
  • Scripting eg PowerShell

Apply now! Nicolle Hann-Dunbavin