Susquehanna International Group, LLP

  • Application Database Administrator

    Job Locations Bala Cynwyd, PA (Philadelphia Area)
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    Technology - Infrastructure, Support & Engineering
  • Overview

    SIG is currently looking to add an Application DBA into our production engineering team. This team manages data flow for 100+ databases spread across multiple data centers throughout the United States.  You will be an important part of coordinating and deploying broad-based technical solutions, refreshes and upgrades within this environment.


    In this role, you will

    • Be responsible for maintaining and optimizing a growing database environment that supports applications and users across our enterprise environment
    • Have the opportunity to leverage your existing database knowledge (SQL, Oracle) while also getting exposure to new database technologies (MongoDB, GigaSpaces).
    • Collaborate with systems engineers, developers, database administrators, and business users to share ideas and recommendations for solutions that increase and expand our database environment.

    What we’re looking for

    • 1-3 years of experience creating and working with databases is required – SQL or Oracle knowledge is preferred
    • Knowledge of and/or experience with Windows and/or Linux operating systems required
    • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related discipline required
    • Experience with Python, MATLAB or Informatica is a plus

    We don’t post salary ranges externally so any salary estimate you see listed on a third party website was not provided by SIG and may not be accurate. 

    SIG is not accepting unsolicited resumes from search firms. All resumes submitted by search firms to any employee at SIG via-email, the Internet or directly without a valid written search agreement will be deemed the sole property of SIG, and no fee will be paid in the event the candidate is hired by SIG.


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