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Senior SQL DBA-Nashville, TN

Discussion in 'SQL Server-Related Job Postings' started by Sysgenix Resources, Mar 24, 2004.

  1. Sysgenix Resources New Member

    Application Service Provider in the healthcare industry is looking for a Senior Microsoft SQL Server 2000 DBA for a full time role with their organization. Company is located in Nashville, Tennessee and will require relocation. Key qualifiers for this position will include more than 5 years experience doing focused SQL DBA work in an active transaction processing environment (thousands of transactions per hour). Experience administering a SQL database with hundreds of thousands of data files and 800+ simultaneous users is also key.

    This position is responsible for assisting developers with best practices in data architecture as well as assisting in the design and development of a scalable enterprise database server infrastructure. This includes code review of stored procedures and data model/designs for consistency across the application.

    This is a new role with a medium sized company so flexibility is a must. Ideal candidate is flexible, possesses excellent communication skills and works well with developers. An articulate professional individual will mesh well with the group already in place.

    Technical experience should include database operations at the enterprise level using SQL Server (MCDBA and operational experience with SQL Server clustering preferred). All non-SQL development is in .NET at this time.

    Qualified candidates will have senior level expertise with the following:

    •Handle Centralized Database for growing company / SQL 2000, IIS5
    •Developing Schema
    •Handling builds and migrations from Dev. - QA - Production
    •Backups, Clustering, Disaster recovery plans
    •Development methodology exposure
    •Ability to handle leadership down the road as the company grows and more are added to the DBA team.
    •Healthcare experience is a plus.

    resumes to:

    jpaddock@sysgenix.com

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