Full-Time SQL Server Database Administrator – Iwo
The Database Administrator is responsible for ensuring the integrity, security, and availability of a variety of databases (s). Disaster recovery, performance analysis and tuning, index maintenance, and data monitoring are just a few of the responsibilities of this position. Policies and processes for guaranteeing the database’s security and integrity are administered, maintained, developed and put into action. A database management system (DBMS) product evaluation and recommendation will be the responsibility of the candidate. To maintain the greatest degree of system performance and availability as well as compliance with business objectives, performs database and software life-cycle tasks. The candidate will be responsible for administering SQL, Oracle, and MySQL databases and applications. Data is organized and formatted by the candidate in a way that makes it easy to query and store.
Job Title : SQL Server Database Administrator
Location : Iwo, Osun, Nigeria
Salary : $ 67.89 per hour.
Company : Dice
Job Type : Full-Time
- Administrative and technical oversight of a database Maintains, develops, and executes policies and processes to ensure the security, availability, and integrity of the corporate databases and big data warehouse database settings.
- Developed queries and tools to help users manage large tables and schemas in their work. Upgrades and repairs the database. examines systems and proposes solutions to problems
- Implement physical database design, performance and tuning, and backup and recovery procedures to address database performance, capacity, replication, and other distributed data issues.
- Helps vendors build, create, and setup big, complex databases with replication and high availability on the latest MSSQL versions. Develops app, data, and exec architectures.
- Provides definitions of technical standards for database resources, as well as analyses of those standards Analyzes and designs systems, both new and old.
- Using Microsoft SQL Server, establish and conduct administrator duties such as database administration, user management, and storage management. System configuration specifications, training manuals, and other internal system documentation should be created and managed.
- Help with converting data and making it better. By clearing up any confusion, working with project managers, business analysts, and developers may help projects move forward.
- Manages, updates, creates, and implements policies and procedures to keep the company’s database safe and secure. Optimizes database access and allocates/re-allocates database resources for the best configuration, database performance, and cost.
- A database management system (DBMS) must be able to handle the company’s present and future demands, according to this analysis and definition. Analyzes the company’s organizational structure and designs the logical database structure for current and future application development.
- Sets up data models and database designs, as well as codes for data access and table maintenance. Fixes problems with database performance, database capacity, replication, and other distributed data problems.
- A bachelor’s degree in a computer-related subject is necessary, as well as 2-5 years of experience designing and operating Microsoft SQL Database Solutions, or a comparable combination of education and work experience.
- Customer service and taking ownership of the solution are important parts of what you do. a history of meeting deadlines and putting things in order
- Instruction in file structures and design, information retrieval strategies, file access methods and controls, as well as the formulation and documentation of standards.
- Previous knowledge of installing a data dictionary and database system, A solid technical expertise in credit union software and business operations, as well as a successful track record of developing credit union software solutions, are required.