SQL Database Administrator
- Manage (install, configure, upgrade, maintain) production, and non-production databases in on-prem and cloud (AWS, Azure) environments.
- Build and support configurations leveraging SQL AlwaysOn Availability Groups, Windows server failover clustering, and transactional replication technologies.
- Design, implement, test, document, and maintain backup, restore, and recovery protocols.
- Design and implement HA and DR solutions to meet distinct application requirements.
- Elevate stability and performance of production environments by implementing SQL Server best practices.
- Provide 24×7 support for any incidents impacting application availability within production environments.
- Troubleshoot issues and provide RCA reports.
- Implement and maintain database security.
- Maintain all SQL services, including but not limited to SSRS, SSIS, and SSAS.
- Tune the performance of databases and applications and perform investigations.
- Perform CI/CD automation tasks and other related duties.
Qualifications & Experience
- 5 to 7 years of experience in Microsoft SQL Server administration
- Bachelor’s degree in computer science, software engineering or a related field
- Microsoft SQL certifications (MTA Database, MCSA: SQL Server, MCSE: Data Management and Analytics) will be an advantage.
- Experience in MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Oracle database administration
- Exposure to Data Lake, Hadoop, and Azure technologies
- Exposure to DevOps or ITIL
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to present analytic results and findings
- Ability to develop custom solutions to support business requirements
- Production mindset
- Strong documentation skills
- Ability to build effective relationships with multiple stakeholders across the organization
- Experience working with and guiding offshore resources
A candidate may require to work during after-hours and weekends depending on business requirements.
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