Database Developer (4-6) (Job Code : J40245)  

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Experience:
4.00 - 6.00  Years 
 
Location:
Bangalore
 
Designation:
Database Developer (4-6)
 
Degree:
BE-Comp/IT, BTech-Comp/IT
 
Educational Level:
Graduate/Bachelors
 
Stream of Study:
 
Industrial Type:
IT-Software/Software Services
 
Functional Area:
IT Software - Other
 
Key Skills:
Database
 
Job Post Date:
2019-11-04 14:40:46  
 
 

 Company Description
 
Our Client in India is one of the leading providers of risk, financial services and business advisory, internal audit, corporate governance, and tax and regulatory services.

Our Client was established in India in September 1993, and has rapidly built a significant competitive presence in the country. The firm operates from its offices in Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad , Kochi, Chandigarh and Ahmedabad, and offers its clients a full range of services, including financial and business advisory, tax and regulatory.

Our client has their client base of over 2700 companies. Their global approach to service delivery helps provide value-added services to clients. The firm serves leading information technology companies and has a strong presence in the financial services sector in India while serving a number of market leaders in other industry segments.
 

 Job Description
 
Job Description:
•BE/B. Tech in Computer Science (or equivalent experience).
•Good communication skills
•4 - 7 years of experience in database development and support in MS SQL Server environments.
•Ability to write SQL Code and design ( stored procedure, functions, tables, views, triggers, indexes, constraints )
•Ability to design and develop the ETL packages
•Should able to Reviewing query performance and optimizing code. Experience in Performance Tuning, Query Optimization, using Performance Monitor, SQL Profiler and other related monitoring and troubleshooting tools.
•Experience in Design, Develop and Deploy SSIS Packages.
•Be aware of potential blocking, deadlocking and write code to avoid those situations.