The MS SQL Server Database Administrator (DBA) will largely be responsible for providing operational database services to the organization. Primary responsibilities would include owning, tracking and resolving database related incidents and requests, fulfilling requests and resolving incidents, reviewing service related items such as database backups, maintenance jobs, replication, and monitoring on a daily basis to ensure service related issues are identified and resolved. Respond to database related alerts and escalations and working with infrastructure and application teams to define strategic solutions to new and recurring problems.
This MS SQL Server DBA role requires a service oriented mentality and high sense of ownership. The DBA would be expected to continually look for areas of improvement in projects, products and processes to insure efficiency, consistency and accuracy. Self-direction and the ability to manage and allocate your time over multiple simultaneous projects are keys for success.
Perform feasibility studies and estimates for the implementation of new or revised database systems to solve business needs
Install, migrate, upgrade and maintain multiple databases required for development, testing, and production environments
Create new database users, control and monitor roles and user access privileges to the database maintaining system security
Coordinate backup and recovery strategies with backup administrator
Work with Architecture team to establish coding standards for stored procedures, triggers, logical and physical schema design; approve complex structural changes to the database
Recommend database approaches and design to infrastructure and application teams
Understanding of execution plans and how to use them to optimize/improve query costs, indexing
Excellent technical troubleshooting and consultation with quality assurance and development teams
Troubleshoot problems regarding the databases, applications and development tools
Analyze and sustain capacity and performance requirements
Refresh development and test environment databases on a regular basis
Minimum of 5 years database analysis or programming
Minimum 5 yearsâ€™ experience as a Microsoft SQL Server DBA
Bachelor's Degree in one of the following subject areas: Computer Science, Business Administration, Information Technology
Extensive hands-on DBA experience in SQL 2005, 2008, 2008R2 (2012 a plus)
Working knowledge of SSIS
Base knowledge of the Microsoft Windows Server 2008 operating system
Oversee and implement backups, clustering, replication
Experience with backend databases supporting internet facing multi-tiered applications
Proven success in performance optimization for OLTP and OLAP applications
Familiarity / willingness to learn Oracle and MYSQL databases
Idera Sql Diagnostic Manager
Experience running dbms in a physical and virtual environment
UnitedHealth Group is working to create the health care system of tomorrow.
Already Fortune 25, we are totally focused on innovation and change. We work a little harder. We aim a little higher. We expect more from ourselves and each other. And at the end of the day, we're doing a lot of good.
Through our family of businesses and a lot of inspired individuals, we're building a high-performance health care system that works better for more people in more ways than ever. Now we're looking to reinforce our team with people who are decisive, brilliant - and built for speed.
Come to UnitedHealth Group, and share your ideas and your passion for doing more. We have roles that will fit your skills and knowledge. We have diverse opportunities that will fit your dreams.
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UnitedHealth Group is a drug-free workplace. Candidates are required to pass a drug test before beginning employment. In addition, employees in certain positions are subject to random drug testing.
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