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Posted Wednesday, August 22, 2007 2:50 PM
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Pointe Technology Group is seeking a MS SQL Database Administrator for a full time position in Landover, MD.  Complete details are below.  If you are interested, please provide a copy of your resume and include compensation requirements along with availability.

The MS SQL DBA candidate must be a dynamic contributor, passionate about database technologies and committed to making a difference in an organization filled with smart, creative people.  The DBA will be part of a team responsible for all functions associated with the implementation, operation, and maintenance of development, staging and production databases in a data warehouse environment. This team is also responsible for researching and certifying new database technologies, and providing support to various marketing campaign applications, to include Affinium, Alterian, and e.Piphany . This position will play a key role in maintenance of MS SQL and potentially Oracle database environments as well. 


Candidates must be technically proficient and possess good interpersonal, troubleshooting, and documentation skills.

Specific Responsibilities:
Monitor and tune database resources and activities for SQL Server databases
Perform and automate SQL Server version upgrades and patch installs
Automation of routine database administration tasks
Providing assistance to application development staff
Data modeling – Develop physical data model as needed
Creating DTS packages to load and scrub data
Creating installation scripts for patches and product upgrades
Develop environment specifications, benchmarking performance scenarios, and monitor environment
Create and monitor the execution of backup plans
Develop and test disaster recovery plans and scenarios
Maintain and Administer database security components – work with the security department and product managers to develop and execute relevant security policies

Requirements:
Minimum 2 years experience as a SQL Server DBA
SQL Server Certified DBA preferred
Experience as an Oracle DBA desired- willingness to learn a requirement
Degree in a technical field or commensurate experience
Knowledge of database backup/restore methodologies including: hot and cold backups, export, import, RMAN and sqldump
Troubleshoot performance and networking issues
Windows commands and scripting/automation techniques
Structured programming skills - object oriented design knowledge is a plus
Experience with automating tasks using batch, shell or perl scripts.
Experience with basic web development - Visual Studio is a plus.
Experience with Standard database tools such as but not limited to SQL DM, T.O.A.D, Oracle Enterprise Manager and Grid Control
Knowledge and experience using Visual Studio for Web Application design and support
Knowledge of different storage platforms such as NAS and SAN


Knowledge in the following is a big plus:
Mid-tier ERP systems experience (Epicor, Lawson, Ross)
Web Technologies (i.e. IIS, HTML/Web Presentation Layer, Web Services)
Familiarity with SQL Litespeed
UltiPro HRMS system, or equivalent HRMS apps (Payroll, Benefits, Performance Management, Applicant Tracking)
Marketing campaign software to include Alterian, Affinium, and e.Piphany
SAS product suite
Direct Marketing experience and knowledge
Certifications / Technical Training

Qualified candidates should contact Gloria Nuckols at (301) 845-8382 or gnuckols@pointetech.com.

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Posted Wednesday, August 22, 2007 4:30 PM
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Wow! That's quite a laundry list. So, in summary:

  • DW
  • Oracle
  • SQL
  • Networking
  • WebDev
  • SAN
  • ERP apps
  • Marketing apps
  • HR apps
  • Degree + Certs + Training + Experience

I think you missed one:

  • Kitchen Sink



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Posted Wednesday, August 22, 2007 11:51 PM


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I'll go one further...

"Monitor and tune database resources and activities for SQL Server databases"

Does that include being allowed to beat the hell out of developers that write performance challenged code?



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First step towards the paradigm shift of writing Set Based code:
Stop thinking about what you want to do to a row... think, instead, of what you want to do to a column."

(play on words) "Just because you CAN do something in T-SQL, doesn't mean you SHOULDN'T." --22 Aug 2013

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How to post performance problems
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Posted Thursday, August 23, 2007 8:56 AM
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I have 25+ years experience and cannot meet all of those requirements !

If they hire one person I'll bet the top end is 60-65K to boot.

Now if they were really on the ball they probably would be looking for a small team of specialists in the range of 3-5 people.





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