SEIU Local 1000 is a cutting-edge Union that represents 95,000 state employees throughout the State of California. We are seeking a Database Administrator to be the primary technical resource for the design and maintenance of systems databases including coordinating and setting access security, setting up and managing data replication, data backup, data recovery and data transformation activities, documenting system configuration and tuning database performance.
This position is based in Sacramento. This position reports to the Application Development Manager.
This is an exempt position.
- Works closely with other IT Department professionals
- Identifies changing needs of clients and conducts proper data research and makes database changes accordingly
- Collects, organizes and manages data
- Develops and sets up databases including documenting precise instructions through programming languages for the computer to collect and filter relevant data
- Conducts database performance tuning
- Tests computer database systems to ensure they are working properly and ensures regular back up of data
- Recovers lost or corrupted computer data
- Protects integrity and ensures security of any collected data
- Monitors, tracks and controls access to data
- Ensures user friendly data and availability for end users
Cover letters should describe your qualifications, experience and career goals, as well as a brief description of why you want to work to realize Local 1000’s vision for building a strong union.
- The ideal candidate should have:
- BS or MS in a technology related field and/or an MBA required
- Minimum five years experience in a DBA role in a Microsoft environment
- Demonstrated strong technology skills and business acumen
- Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines
- Demonstrated attention to detail
- Highly collaborative team player
SEIU is committed to building a diverse workforce. We offer excellent benefits, including fully paid health benefits for employee and family, liberal paid time off and competitive salary. All applicants must be able to furnish proof of authorization to work in the United States.
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