|Recruiter:||Royal London - AMS|
|Listed on:||23rd June|
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Founded in 1861, we’re the UK’s largest mutual life, pensions and investment company. Our award-winning customer service and our mutuality means we can give customers that little bit more, and you can trust us to be there for you when it counts.
Closing date - 30th June 2020
At Royal London we want to attract the best talent to help us achieve our vision of becoming the most trusted and recommended financial company in the UK. We are the largest mutual life, pensions and Investment Company in the UK.
Our culture is welcoming, friendly, flexible and we aim to make you always feel included. To support this we are always open to discussing flexible working to give you the freedom to be your best.
For more than 150 years, people have been at the heart of all that is great about Royal London. We know that this is a difficult and uncertain time for everyone and are doing everything we can to support our customers, our people and candidates.
Maintaining the Spirit of Royal London is of paramount importance to us as we face new and different ways of working. That is why we are embracing technology throughout our recruitment process to support interactions. As you embark on your journey with us will engage with you via email, telephone and video to ensure we all remain safe. We are committed to wellbeing and at this challenging time, it remains our priority.
We are currently looking for a Database Administrator to join our Group Technology and Change team based in Edinburgh on a permanent basis. The main purpose of the role is to support our Database estate, specifically SQL Server and Oracle databases, and provide guidance to application developers, system testers and operational support colleagues.
Skills and Experience
What we offer
We are an equal opportunities employer. We work hard to attract the best talent for our award-winning team. We believe that embracing difference makes us stronger. Our diverse people bring us different skills - whatever their educational background, disability, gender, age, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief.
In fact, the first pillar of our People Promise is designed to make sure you 'work somewhere inclusive'. We want to live up to this promise; it’s good for our people and good for our customers too, because our workforce should reflect our communities.