Senior Database Developer

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Brooksource is searching for a Senior Database Developer for a long-term contract opportunity with one of our clients in Macon, GA. This is a great chance to gain experience with a Global Fortune 500 company supporting their data center projects utilizing DB2 and UBD technologies.

Our client is currently in the process of syncing their DB2 and UBD databases, so you would working with their database teams to error check and facilitate the synchronization process.
You will be working with technologies including DB2 and UBD database technologies, Flashcopy synchronization tools, and Corn Shell scripting.

Database developer with 3+ years at a development/architecture level.
Must have previous experience working with DB2 and UBD technologies.
Experience with database error checking and scripting corn shell experience
Ability to work in Macon, GA with option to telecommute 1-2 times per week.

Our client has a laid back environment that encourages a culture of self-responsibility. They do not have a micro-managed environment, so it encourages growth within your individual role and technical skill set.
Casual work attire - jeans permitted on a daily basis.
Quarterly employee appreciation events - half day off work!
Ability to work from home one day a week upon approval from management staff.

Previous experience working with this client and placing both permanent employees and contractors.
Direct communication with the hiring manager, which allows us to have a clear understanding of the timeline and move candidates through the interview process faster.
Dedication to keep an open line of communication and provide full transparency.

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