Application Support Analyst/ Trainee DBA – Leeds/ Hybrid
Application Support Analyst/ Trainee DBA - Leeds/ Hybrid - £35,000 - £40,000 DOE - Great benefit package Remote and flexible working, Generous holidays plus more…!
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Corecom Consulting are working with a well-established business within financial services which has it's culture centred around community and its people. They are experiencing a period of growth and transformation and have ambitious plans. They are a business providing an opportunity to thrive, and to take on challenges.
You will be responsible for the daily running, monitoring, and administration of all the SAP HANA database systems (development, testing & production usage). Training on SAP Hana is provided.
Additionally, the company offers extensive training throughout your time at the business.
Key skills required.
- Experience of Application Support / Database Administration
- Experience delivering a high availability service, including monitoring and tuning, within a team environment.
- Preparing for and carrying out upgrades and updates.
- Self-motivated and organised
- Good attention to detail
- Experience working with SQL or SAP (not essential)
There are also great career aspects within the company, supporting their employees with training for them to reach and surpass their career goals.
- We will expand the usage of SAP HANA across the business and ensure all services are secure.
- Maintain SAP's quarterly patching rota.
- You will be required to provide out of hours support (on a rota basis as required).
- Schedule and implement new versions and upgrades of software and data changes to live/test environments in liaison with colleagues and in line with business procedures.
Benefits For You
- Great bonus and pension scheme
- 26 days holiday (flexible)
- Private Medical Insurance
- Development opportunities
- Hybrid working
- Plus more
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