Database Developer

The Database Developer/Administrator (DBA) is responsible for all Microsoft SQL Databases.  The perfect candidate should have three or more of years of Information Technology experience with three or more years with MS-SQL Server on a Windows platform and possess the following skills:

  • Excellent written and oral communications skills
  • Proficient SQL scripting skills including stored procedure, functions, and ddl
  • Mid-level knowledge of Windows O/S systems administration tasks
  • Mid-level knowledge of cloud environments, specifically Azure
  • Strong database management skills
  • Solid skills in productivity factors and the ability to understand impact of problem on overall database performance
  • Knowledge of fault detection and resolution processes
  • Strong skills in maintenance tools and best practices processes.
  • Ability to work well with customers of varying levels of technical expertise
  • Successful experience as a member of a project group
  • Demonstrated initiative, good judgment, and the ability to work in a team
  • Ability to independently provide time estimates for database related tasks
  • Data modeling, data entity analysis, and database design skills may be required
  • Use of a data modeling tool such as Erwin, ER/Studio or Designer/2000 a plus

Job Requirements

  • Specify, create, and maintain database instances in Development, Testing, Stage, and Production environments. This includes consistency with standards, security, data models and backup strategy for the database.
  • Create, review, and maintain database objects (including the physical data model).
  • Facilitate the migration of database objects from Development to Production.
  • Recommend and review database architecture best practices and standards.
  • Has frequent interaction with application development staff.
  • Ensures database reliability and performance.
  • Configure, create, and troubleshoot all SQL Server components.
  • Database objects migration – Transfer and synchronize data records, triggers, SPs, tables, databases, SQL Server agent jobs, DTS packages, etc. amongst different SQL Servers.


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