THE POSITION: The Database Administrator is responsible for the design, optimization, and maintenance of ACOE's databases, working with Technology Services administrators and staff and ACOE clients to provide database solutions. |
TYPICAL DUTIES: Designs and maintains databases, including but not limited to tables and views; key indices; entity relationship diagrams; import, export, and data cleansing scripts; and backup and maintenance schedules. Optimizes relational database systems (RDBS) using software tools provided by the database vendor or others tools as appropriate to a particular database. Designs and implements back-up, restart, and recovery procedures for RDBS files; participates in the design of and periodic testing of recovery plans. Acts as a subject matter expert on databases and may function as a technical lead on new systems development. Identifies and makes specific recommendations concerning problem areas and needed improvements, the best approach for implementing requested changes, and explains the basis for choices made when selecting a database structure. Reviews, evaluates, and identifies disk space requirements for database files. Prepares and assists in the preparation of written documentation describing the flow of information into, out of, within, and between various database systems. Identifies, documents, and assesses databases; develops methods for quantifying data integrity, optimization level, and data space requirements. Develops methods for identifying database failures; schedules and tests disaster recovery plans. Develops and implements archiving procedures; monitors archiving needs. Sets up and maintains a variety of processing files and database reports; extracts and submits data to other departments and external agencies. See full job description.
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor degree in an Information Technology discipline and four (4) years related experience in the design, programming, implementation, analysis, and maintenance of database management systems; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Desirable: Experience with Microsoft SQL Server 2005/2008 and/or MySQL, MS SQL Server Enterprise Manager, and MS SQL Query Analyzer. MSDBA
LOCATION: Alameda County Office of Education, 313 West Winton, Hayward, CA
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, March 13, 2013, 5:00 PM
APPLICATION SCREENING & EXAMINATION PROCESS: Submission of application automatically registers applicants for the required exam listed below. Applications will then be screened, based on established minimum qualifications. The top applicants, depending on the level and depth of experience, will be notified via email of the date, time, and place of the technical oral interview.
Examination**…………...Weighted 50% (Wednesday, March 21, 2013, details sent via email)
Application and Résumé Appraisal PASS/FAIL
Technical Oral Interview**………………..Weighted 50% (Week of April 1, 2013, details sent via email)
** (must obtain minimum score of 70% to pass)
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