The Senior Database Administrator (DBA) is responsible for administering, supporting and assisting in the implementation of new and existing SQL Server and Oracle instances, data conversions, stored procedure review, deployment and monitoring of the systems. This includes maintaining legacy system databases and assisting in the migration to new systems. Takes the lead in monitoring database storage, performance and making adjustments to assure optimal performance and database availability. Creating primary database storage structures (tablespaces), creation of primary database objects (tables, views, indexes) on various databases for several departments. Modifies database structures, as needed, from information gathered during performance and tuning tasks. The Senior DBA will review maintenance plans, ensure databases are backed up, respond to failures, write and test disaster recovery plans as well as maintaining user accounts, technical (DBA) research, and providing quality control for all databases under IS control in the WakeMed environment. Works closely, coordinates activities, and engages with technical engineers, business units, development teams, and vendors to understand technologies and capabilities required to ensure a highly secure, timely delivery of new projects/systems resulting in cost-effective solutions for WakeMed's growth and success.
5 Years Database Management Required
Bachelor's Degree Information Systems Or Computer Science Or Related Field Required