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Date: 17-Dec-2012
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SQL Database Administrator

* Creates custom Stored Procedures and Triggers in order to help automate SQL Server jobs. * Creates, tests and validates custom indexes, scripts and queries in order to manipulate data. * Works within SQL Server to create custom reports and queries. * Acts as the technical project manager while working on custom data conversions. * Performs database application upgrades and server migrations. * Uses the SQL Profiler and Performance Monitor to determine database and server performance benchmarks.

* Designs support automation tools with the .NET programming language. * Record and track high level support problems in help desk software while keeping all stake holders informed of problem status and estimated resolution times. * All other duties as assigned by the Technical Support Manager. * Must possess a 4 year degree from an accredited institution. * Must possess advanced technical certifications or have equivalent work experience (MCDBA or MCITP: Database Administrator preferred). * Must have at least 3 years experience working as a Microsoft SQL Server administrator. * Must have at least 3 years experience installing and supporting database applications. * Must have expert abilities to create custom scripts, stored procedures, indexes, triggers. * Must have above average ability working with SQL Profiler and Performance Monitor. * Must have excellent customer relations skills and ability to communicate effectively with all levels of client organization. * Ability to work on diverse projects under tight deadlines. * Ability to assess problems, recommends appropriate solutions, and implements them. * Able to create accurate and coherent documentation for distribution to end users. * Able to efficiently track and manage multiple technical projects. * Experience with the .NET programming language is a nice plus.

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