Mar 142017

An opportunity has arisen for you to join an ethusiastic and professional team for any of the following position: Database Administrator

Main Duties & Responsibilities

•   Manage resources that estimate and carry out the development, testing, documentation and delivery of applications such as s$i, SAGE, PREMIA, TOPAZ, PMS, etc
•   Ensures that application development work are planned and monitored and that results are delivered on time, budget and quality targets and in accordance with appropriate standards
•   Plan, organise, direct, control and evaluate the operations of operational software and electronic data processing
•   Develop and implement policies and procedures for electronic data processing and software systems operations and development
•   Design and develop new application systems where necessary for functions identified by Business Units
•   Meet with managers to discuss system requirements, specifications, costs and timelines
•   Follow change management process for all changes to application systems and train user in the use of application
•   Ensure continuous delivery of IT services within the Business Units and monitor application performance and enhancement of business
•   Query and develop reports on a timely basis to support the Business Units
•   Provide service support for the IT help desk at the Business Unit

Qualification Required & Experience

•   Degree in computer science or equivalent qualification
•   At least 4 years of working experience as a Computer Programmer in Java or Microsoft Dot Net technologies
•   Strong database administration experience in MSSQL Server
•   Knowledge in Oracle 9i Developer, PL/SQL Programming
•   Experience with ETL tools such as TALEND, PENTAHO
•   Ability to develop strong procedures and crystal report
•   Ability to build reports from a data warehouse

Location: Accra

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