Database Architect – Six Month Contract
Our client is a well-established, trendy development shop in downtown Vancouver. They are building out a new product line that requires additional performance and scalability from their backend web services. This has created a consulting opportunity for an experienced Database Architect to join them on an initial six month contract.
There is potential for extensions and/or permanent opportunities as this part of their business continues to grow.
What you need to have:
• 3+ years’ experience in a similar role i.e. building back ends with a focus on performance and scalability for high transaction environments
• RDBMS experience
It would be great if you also had:
• SQL Server, Postgres or MongoDB
• jQuery, Node.js, Redis, Riak
What you will be doing:
• Support system usage targets while overseeing the architecture and implementation of the back end services
• Provide scalability oversight of system component design and implementation
• Support team members in designing and performing scalability testing
• Investigate and recommend middleware for scalability, integration and performance
• Implement database back-ups, recovery and maintenance procedures
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Please note: Candidates need to be authorized to work in Canada and available immediately for interviews in Vancouver.
For information about TEEMA Solutions Group and to consider other career opportunities, please visit our website at www.teemagroup.com
- Date Posted:
- Feb 3, 2014 3:32 PM PST
- TEEMA Solutions Group
TEEMA Solutions Group is a customized staffing and technology solutions firm that offers talent management solutions including talent placement, payroll outsourcing and vendor management, as well as technology-certified Managed Services for system integration projects, as well as Practice Lead and Project Management services. The company began in 2008 as TEEMA Consulting Group Inc. In 2012, the company responded... more