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NSI - Database Administrator / MSSQL



We are looking for a MSSQL Database Administrator with a crucial role in the operations and performance of the organization.


It is a technical role which makes sure that all databases are running and efficiently. This include Dev/UAT/Prod databases.



Your main responsibilities

  • Administrate Microsoft SQL servers database     
  • Manage and maintain backup & recovery procedures  
  • Implement and maintain disaster recovery strategies 
  • Manage Security and access control     
  • Patch of database servers                       
  • Refine and automate regular processes    
  • Assist other departments solving DB related issues   
  • Creation of new databases and maintenance of existing ones


Your Profile

  • You have a first experience as DBA, with Microsoft SQL
  • You are Fluent in English
  • Experience working with SQL Server 2008R2/2012/2016, SSIS and SSRS
  • Experience in installation and patching of SQL Server 2008R2/2012/2014/2016                           
  • Experience in migration from 2008R2/2012 to 2016  
  • Ability to analyze and modify existing store procedures      
  • Ability to detect and troubleshoot SQL Server related issues
  • Motivated  & Self-learning                            
  • Pro-active and well-organized attitude in all areas    


The Offer

  • Permanent contract
  • Dynamic and innovation environment
  • Trainings


If you do not receive an answer within 20 days, you will have to consider that we will not proceed with your application.

Description société

NSI -CEGEKA Group is based in Luxembourg and Belgium.
The company will be celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2018.
NSI is a provider of value-added IT services (Agile application development, ERP, cloud infrastructure, professional services) for the private and public sectors.

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