Database Administrator (DBA) Job Description

The DBA is the database administrator, or the person responsible for ensuring that a company's database functions appropriately.

The DBA is often referred to as the database manager or database director.

The DBA is responsible for ensuring that a company's database functions properly.

This includes overseeing changes that might affect the database, as well as ensuring the database is always running as efficiently and as quickly as possible.

The DBA is also responsible for monitoring the database.

The DBA is responsible for troubleshooting any issues that might arise, and fixing them as quickly as possible.

The DBA is also responsible for ensuring that all database management is compliant with the company's policies.

Updated on:     
September 15, 2022

Job Brief:

We're looking for a Database Administrator (DBA) to join our team and help us manage our ever-growing database. As our DBA, you will be responsible for ensuring the performance, availability, and security of our database. You will also be working closely with our development team to help them optimize their queries and ensure that our database can handle their ever-increasing demands.

Database Administrator (DBA) Duties:

  • Maintain all company databases
  • Maintain and update records of client information, data, and statistics
  • Maintain or update records of quotes, inquiries, and orders
  • Maintain and update records of payment history
  • Maintain and update records of pending and completed orders
  • Maintain and update records of projects
  • Maintain and update records of company assets

Database Administrator (DBA) Responsibilities:

  • Maintain and build databases to support reporting, customer tracking, and customer care efforts
  • Assist with requirements gathering and business process analysis, and develop documented processes
  • Research and implement new technology as needed
  • Analyze database trends to recommend improvements
  • Maintain and update data structure and records, and work closely with the front-end development department
  • Gather requirements from client and end users, and translate them into system specifications and requirements
  • Work with vendor representatives as needed
  • Develop and maintain master customer database
  • Maintain, update, and maintain data structure and records
  • Manage campaign database
  • Create and maintain customer databases
  • Assure all databases are backed up and secure
  • Build, test, and deploy applications
  • Maintain and build databases to support reporting customer tracking, and customer care efforts
  • Develop and maintain master customer database

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Requirements And Skills:

  • Strong knowledge of SQL Server
  • Understanding of database system concepts and fundamentals
  • Proficient in SQL Server 2005, 2008, and 2012
  • Proficient in T-SQL and SQL
  • Experience with SQL Profiler
  • Experience with Windows PowerShell

[Company Name] is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe that a diverse and inclusive team is a strong team. We encourage applications from all people, from all backgrounds and from all walks of life. We are committed to building a team that reflects the rich tapestry of our society.

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