DBA (Database Administrator)

Details: DBA (Database Administrator) Summary The Database Administrator, under the general supervision of a supervisor or project manager, must understand the SQL Server core business processes for the Billing/Lab applications and business intelligence reporting tool. This position will also have the added responsibility of administering the business intelligence reporting server/tool that supports the billing/lab applications which consist of:  Managed Care, Auditing, Lab Reporting, and Inventory. The Database Administrator provides production support, user support, and maintenance (via phone and email) in the areas mentioned above. Responsibilities:Essential Duties and Responsibilities  The selected individual will have the following responsibilities: Manage Microsoft SQL Server in development/production environmentsResponsible for database security, capacity planning, installations, upgrades, data interfaces, configuration tasks, daily monitoring, issue identification, etc.Creation and planning of maintenance jobs, backups and recovery, consistency checksAdhere to change management procedures and ensure all configurations are properly documentedWithin the business intelligence reporting tool creation and updates to reports and dashboards Responsible for creating and maintaining SQL stored procedures, tables, and viewsGain knowledge of structure and terminology for Billing/Lab/Inventory applications and business intelligence toolOccasional off-shift availability to resolve production issuesAttend weekly team meetings, complete Individual Status Reports (ISRs) and follow documented work schedule policy, update supervisor and/or project managers and perform other tasks as requiredFunction as technology expert for the team. Share knowledge with co-workers, growing their technical skillsCompetencies Interpersonal skills/expectations include:   Must have excellent communication skills, possess high attention to detail, strong analytical skills, as well as maintain confidentiality of data. Organization skills/expectations include:  Must possess strong organizational skills, ability to handle multiple projects and be detail-oriented.  ConfidentialityThis position will be working with confidential company financial and payroll data. This person must respect and maintain the confidentiality of this sensitive data and recognize the importance of not sharing with co-workers or anyone outside of the company. Reasoning AbilityAbility to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, verbal, or diagram form; ability to deal with and help resolve problems; ability to anticipate the next step and execute it. Computer SkillsAdvanced skills in Microsoft Office software, particularly Microsoft Word, Excel, as well as those technologies mentioned elsewhere within this document. Physical DemandsThe physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. This position requires sitting, walking, standing, reaching, and the ability to lift up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift up to 40 pounds. Work EnvironmentThe work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The work environment is generally moderate in noise (inter-office conversations and computers/printers). Work HoursDCI reserves the right to alter work hours and work location as DCI deems necessary.  DCI is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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