Data Base Manager

Description :  Responsibilities: Own, track and resolve database related incidents and requests Fulfill requests and resolve incidents within SLAs Review service related reports (database backups, maintenance, monitoring) on a daily basis to ensure service related issues are identified and resolved within established SLAs Respond to database related alerts and escalations  Work with database engineering to come up with strategic solutions to recurring problems   Qualifications :  Basic Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in computer programming, computer science, information science or computer engineering  8+ years of related experience in administration and support in an MS SQL Server Environment Infor Visual ERP experience is required Strong understanding and experience in database administration in SQL Server Experience in troubleshooting and resolving database integrity issues, performance issues, blocking and deadlocking issues, replication issues, connectivity issues, security issues, etc. Experience in performance tuning, query optimization, using performance monitor, SQL Profiler and other related monitoring and troubleshooting tools Identify user needs to create and administer databases Ensure that databases operate efficiently and without error Make and test modifications to database structure when needed Maintain databases and update permissions Creating complex query definitions that allow data to be extracted Support ERP environment and other applications with SQL back end Must have a strong customer service orientation, proven competency in leadership, teamwork, ingenuity and creativity. Strong analytical and organizational skills Eye for detail and accuracy PAC001406
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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