The SQL ServerDatabase Administrator (DBA)will be responsible for managing the enterprise-wide databases in production, development and test environments; database integrity, security, disaster recovery, and performance tuning, audits, oversees the scheduling of database projects, database and transactions log backups, notifications and database replication between multiple SQL Servers and remote sites, and maintain documentation on database recovery and architecture.
The SQL Server DBA will work closely with the data services and development group on database design and implementation projects and will be part of an on-call rotation providing 24x7 support. The SQL Server DBA will work with vendors to determine upgrade paths and will maintain documentation and standards for DBA tasks.
Responsibilities will include:
Acceptable candidates will possess:
A Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or similar discipline from a recognized college or university (related work experience will be evaluated at the discretion of the Department of Human Resources); AND
At least 7 years of hands on experience in managing production SQL Server databases; AND
At least3 years of experience as lead SQL Server DBA; AND
At least 3 years of experience working with Windows/SQL HA technologies (clustering, mirroring, log shipping, etc); AND
At least 1 year of experience working with ETL development, MS SQL Server SSIS
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