The database developer maintains and enhances central business and academic database systems including implementing projects that improve performance and usability of the systems for university customers; performs routine maintenance and end user support.
- Install, maintain, and administer Microsoft SQL Server databases and related applications; Install and upgrade database instances as well as IT applications; Create and execute test plans for upgrades.
- Assist with developing forms and reports, designing database structure, tuning queries, assigning proper indexes, and creating triggers or stored procedures.
- Contribute information and recommendations to enhance departmental processes and applications to accomplish goals and add value to current business practices.
- Troubleshoot database software issues following priority policies and tracking resolution status in system of record.
- Assist departments with technical report writing and training as required.
- Assist in the management of database and applications user accounts and security.
- Other duties as dictated by database support requirements in accomplishing end user requests.
- Must be a self-starter willing to take initiative, work independently and manage multiple projects with converging deadlines.
- Must demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both oral and written). Must be a problem solver demonstrating the ability to work effectively with diverse personalities and end user capabilities.
- Must exercise sound judgement and experience in development of technology solutions to business problems.
- Working knowledge of MS SQL (2016+) database software
- Working knowledge of Windows OS (2012R2+)
- 3-5 years experience programming, administering or otherwise supporting relational database management system (RDBMS) required
- 1 year experience using SQL/TSQL required
- Bachelor’s degree
- 3-5 years experience working with relational databases.