Systems Analyst (Database Administrator)

URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
  • Job Category
    Information Technology, Public / Civil Service
  • Contract type
    Full Time

Job Description

The Urban Redevelopment Authority is the national planning authority of Singapore. Our mission is to make Singapore a great city to live, work and play in by planning and facilitating the physical development of Singapore, in partnership with the community, to create a vibrant, sustainable and cosmopolitan city of distinction.

Systems Analyst (Database Administrator)

EDB PostgreSQL, Cosmo DB, Hadoop, MS SQL, Oracle, PL/SQL, Opensource, S3 Bucket, PSQL, MongoDB, DDL, AES-256, Inner join, Memory Database, Replication, ACID, NoSQL, PKI, SQL Injection, SHA-3, Splunk, BLOB …

If you know what we are talking about, you are the one we are looking for!

Requirements

We are recruiting a Database Administrator who is capable of handling various database administration and implementation and handling various aspect of information security governance. The job will be challenging but exciting. The candidate should have a good degree in Computer Science or related disciplines. You should be highly self-motivated, capable of working independently and technically competent. Candidate should possess:

  • Minimum 2 years IT working experience in managing, implementing and hardening databases, perform security review and governance and handling IT audits. Candidate without experience but have a keen interest will also be considered.
  • Must be proficiency in at least one of these databases - PostgreSQL, MS SQL Database Server or Oracle database
  • Technical hands-on experience in one or more of these areas like PostgreSQL, MS SQL Database, MongoDB, Hadoop, Oracle, SQL scripting, PL/SQL, Network, Windows OS, Linux OS, PKI infrastructure, Security Event Management, Cosmo DB, Azure, Amazon or Google Cloud would be an added advantage
  • Good presentation, communication and writing skills

Appointment will commensurate with experience.


Closing on 17 May 2021