Administrator, Senior SQL Database
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Education requirement: Bachelor's Degree
Experience Required: 5+ years
Union Representation: Non-Union (100)
Work Schedule: 8-4
Hours per pay period: 80
Job ID: 33260
Job Code: 2KP
Date posted: Jan 8, 2013
The Senior Database Administrator works with software vendors on the implementation and continued support of application databases. The incumbent also designs data base applications to specifications provided by higher level staff, tests, corrects, monitors, and updates developed applications. Also works with operations staff on performances and tuning analysis, systems support and optimization, as well as provides technical assistance to applications developers. In addition, this individual sets up backup and recovery procedures for data bases and controls access to data in physical data base designs for both privacy and security. Requires a Bachelor's degree or equivalent, plus 5+ years of experience in data base administration.
The Senior SQL Database Administrator also works on custom applications and development projects/support--to include data warehousing and transactional systems.
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