Database Administrator (DBA)
About the job
The Database Administrator will perform a variety of tasks including monitoring, performance tuning, architecture as well as support implementation of software and providing support to developers and various users.
What you will be doing
- Monitor workload and capacity of production and development databases for web sites, commissions, data warehouse, and reporting.
- Monitor usage of In-memory OLTP tables.
- Implement and review access to data.
- Review data quality and present.
- Remain current with new technologies and suggest adoption when appropriate.
- When issues arise, assess problems, find and analyze root cause and present and implement solutions.
- Provide 24/7 support for global production systems as part of an on-call rotation.
- Work with the data team to design and implement new databases and tables for web and reporting applications.
- Work with the data team and systems team to develop capacity planning.
- Provide support, technical guidance and training during all phases of database development.
- Build stored procedures and functions, indexes to facilitate website development, monitoring and other application needs.
- Provide guidance on SQL standards to developers writing stored procedures.
- Review SQL code before release to production.
- Build reports for internal and external use.
Skills and experience we would like to see
- 5+ years of MS SQL Server Database Administration.
- Data Warehouse experience a plus. MS SQL Clustering experience a plus.
- Experience with BI systems including Information Builders a plus.
- Complete tasks within a fast-paced environment.
- Meticulous attention to detail.
- Strong communication skills to be able to work across teams within IT as well as across departments.
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