Friday, May 7, 2010

Sybase Development Manager /NYC/ Email resume if AUTHORIZED & QUALIFIED TO SPEC BELOW to quantrec **URGENT HIRE**




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If qualified, email resume to QuantRec Candidates meeting the description below will be contacted PROMPTLY.

Please BE SURE TO include your salary requirements, location preferences, and for my notes where you have been interviewing or been submitted to in the past 6 months (as there are multiple opportunities if you are a solid techie). Green card or US Citizen or h1b with at least 3 years left on current visa for these roles.
(Must BE Hands-on)

Large Financial Company / NYC
150K-175K base + bonus

The hiring manager does not want DBA's for this position. They want someone with Sybase Development background and experience managing user facing technology. It's a dual environment with both Sybase and DB2; person must at least have prior background in Sybase. Group of about 30.


Support a variety of databases and applications. Manage development pipeline, Execute design and implementation of new functionality and fixes. Support and enhance existing functionality. Work with cross-divisional teams on data requirements as well as with vendors regarding external 3rd party data feeds.

Gather requirements; oversee Code Development, able to code if needed, Analysis and translation of requirements. Schedule work and maintain a resource plan. Oversee and possibly share daytime support duties with other team members.

Skills Required

Strong Transact-SQL knowledge required with deep experience working on data-related issues -- ability to read complex SQL and guide complex stored procedures as necessary to meet business requirements. Knowledge of performance tuning, include query optimization, caching strategies, minimizing blocking, etc.. Familiarity with working a replicated database environment and with triggers is helpful.

Business/Analytical skills required. Ability and desire to handle business logic complexity and understand/consider nuances and issues which might not be apparent on the surface - to dig into the data or possible contradictions or unseen use cases.
Ability to manage a team and handle many complex projects simultaneously.

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