Data Operations Lead engineer

6-10 years
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Job Description

We have a job opportunity in Bahrain forData Operations Lead engineer position for a bank. If anyonr is interested, please share me your updated CV with the following details

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The job details are given below
Experience- 7 to 10 years

Professional Training Required
SQL Development, SAS EG, SAS DI, Object-orientated Programming (e.g. C#, Java)

Professional Certifications Required Microsoft Certified: Azure Data Engineer Associate OR Microsoft Certified: Azure Database Administrator Associate OR equivalent

Test Questions.
  • How long have you been programming and to what level of proficiency (minimum of 8 years required)
  • How long have you been developing within a database specifically Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle (minimum of 8 years required)
  • How many years of experience do you have in Data Ops (minimum of 8 years required)
  • How many years have you been in charge of leading engineering / technical teams (minimum of 5 years required)
  • What is meant by database resource contention and what is in your opinion the best way to actively monitor and address any resource contention Rank the order of the main server resources that are competed for by a Database and/or Database code. (a detailed technical explanation is required and the order of DB resources should be listed as: 1) memory, 2) logical I/O, 3) disk, 4) CPU)
  • What are the main database maintenance tasks to ensure the database is adequately administered from a sizing/capacity perspective (Candidate should name table and temp table extends)
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of using native database scheduling tools What are the advantages and disadvantages of using non-native database scheduling tools (e.g. DataStage or SAS) (performance, ease of maintenance, reconfigurability, and security are some considerations that should be mentioned)
  • What is the difference between trigger and polling-based scheduling What are the advantages and disadvantages of both (both options are viable, the candidate should be able to explain which scenarios apply to each option)
  • What does a tuple mean (row) What does a relation mean (note: not relationship. relation = a row with the same attributes. is the same type) What is meant by transitive data relations (e.g. if A is related to B, and B is related to C, then A is also related to What is meant by reflexive data relations (every relation relates to itself)





"SQL Development"
"Object-orientated Programming"


Bachelor's Degree

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