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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: DB2 Administrator - DB2 9.5 -MOVE INTO ARCHITECTURE-78,000 Package

    Based in Hertfordshire

    World-recognised blue chip corporate The Company will offer you the opportunity to work with, learn and be trained on DB2 v9.5. You will also have the opportunity to move into a database architect role.



    As Principle Database Administrator you will be responsible for strategic decisions regarding the effective use of DB2 database technology and managing databases within an environment that is always pushing boundaries working with the Latest Technology versions.

    You will join a team of 3 working within a live production environment where you will be involved in the entire project development lifecycle.


    In Order to apply for this role you must have:

    2 Years experience in DB2 production environment / working on AIX

    6 months experience in SQL - Performance Tuning


    This is a fantastic opportunity to not only work with the latest DB2 technology, but to be part of a corporate team that seems immune to the current economic conditions offering a fabulous salary / guaranteed bonus scheme and excellent benefit package that will allow you to take advantage of free DB2 Training with an option to move towards becoming a database architect.


    Apply now and Interview the same Week, or Apply directly to Chris.Hulatt@Scom.Com or if you know someone who maybe looking for an opportunity like this please do not hesitate to contact us.

  2. #2
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    £78,000 * $1.45 = $113,100 .... hmmmmm ..... will you cover living expenses in Hertfordshire? .... and 3 months summer vacation @ Tenerife?

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    ... if so, I will be at Mayfair on Berkeley Street Monday-Wednesday next week - we can talk ...

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