Are you a Database Administrator looking to work for a company with job security, amazing benefits, and growth opportunities? We are looking for driven individuals who can collaborate effectively on a team, but still thrive on their own.
As a Database Administrator, you will be responsible for the establishment and maintenance of a database warehouse for historical operational data. Tasks will include:
- Being responsible for the sustainment of the data warehouse, ensuring its operational readiness (security, health and performance), executing data loads, and performing data modeling.
- Applying expertise of database model environments to improve and maintain processing efficiency and run times.
- Implementing tools to monitor and manage database performance, new data ingestion, access, refreshes, updates, patches and overall health of the database environment.
- Providing a seamless flow of information throughout the organization, considering both backend data structures and frontend accessibility across all channels.
- Performing in-depth database analysis utilizing internal and external data sources and translates business requirements into data models for future trending and analysis. Articulate and present findings in order to drive results. Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Standing, sitting and walking.
- Using hands repetitively to handle feel or operate computers and other standard office equipment.
- Stooping, kneeling, bending or crouching.
- Reaching with hands and arms.
- Hearing telephone and in-person conversations and operating equipment sounds.
- Close distance, distance vision, ability to distinguish basic shades and colors and adjust focus.
- Intermittent lifting and carrying between 5 and 25 pounds.
- A bachelor's degree in management information systems, information technology, computer science or a closely related field and four years of responsible experience in the design, development and administration of complex relational databases and database applications.
- An associate’s degree or relevant certifications may be considered in a similar field of study with at least seven years of extensive experience administering relational databases, performing complex data mining, modeling, and analysis.