Senior SQL Database Administrator
Publishers Clearing House - Port Washington, NY

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Publishers Clearing House (PCH), headquartered in Port Washington, NY, is a multi-channel direct marketer of value-based merchandise, magazines and promotional offers and a leading provider of digital 'play and win' entertainment.

PCH has an immediate opening for a highly motivated, talented Senior SQL DBA who will be responsible for collaborating with project delivery teams on the analysis and development of key DB-tier stored procedures, SSIS packages, architectural components and/or infrastructure, supporting PCH Online database environments.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Day-to-day operational health, performance, availability and troubleshooting of the database tier, including but not limited to: DTS/SSIS packages, scheduled job monitoring, data archiving/pruning, application and load test benchmarks, and data-tier alerts and notifications.
  • Meeting with team leads to discuss technical implementation production support
  • Monitoring and fine tuning based on approved optimizations and lead recommendations
  • Support and execution of jobs and other database changes

Skills/Requirements:
  • At least 7 years experience supporting online, 24/7, highly transactional database systems
  • MySQL database administration experience a plus
  • Experience working in an Agile/Scrum environment a plus
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks in a dynamic, fast-paced environment

Apply by submitting your resume and cover letter online at www.pchjobs.com or by emailing pchresumes@pch.com

This is a New York based position. Candidates must reside in the tri-state area.

PCH is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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