An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Senior Database Developer to join a steadily growing organisation within the financial services industry in their Central London office.
You will be joining a highly collaborative and close-knit Development team, focusing on the development of their SQL database and data warehouse, utilising your strong T-SQL, SSIS/ETL and data modelling skills to support the growing needs of the organisation.
Whilst currently predominantly on-premise, moving across to the Azure cloud platform is on the roadmap for this organisation, and you will have the opportunity to be involved in this transition in the future.
This role is very much a clean slate for you to make your own, and you will be actively encouraged to suggest improvements to business processes and systems, giving you real ownership and autonomy over your work.
In line with this, this organisation places a real emphasis upon ongoing professional development, with a dedicated training budget in place. You can elect to take any course which would allow you better perform in your role, whilst also contributing to your career path throughout the company.
- Strong SQL and T-SQL development skills, including the development of stored procedures
- Strong SSIS/ETL development skills
- Experience designing developing data warehousing solutions
- Experience developing reports in SSRS or Power BI
- Ideally financial services experience
- Salary of up to £60,000 depending upon experience
- 24 days' holiday, with the option to buy/sell 5 per year
- Company pension
- Life insurance
- Host of corporate benefits
Interviews are happening shortly via a remote process, with a view to on-board you from home over the coming weeks, so apply ASAP to be considered.
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