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Tier2Tek provides Database Administrator staffing solutions. We have Database Engineers and DBAs ready to interview today.
The Database Administrator’s (DBAs) role is to utilize database software to collect, organize and store data for the company. Moreover, the Database Administrator has multiple roles that include database design, planning, migration, installation of databases, backup, and data recovery.

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What Does a Database Administrator Do?

The Database Administrator is responsible for capturing and storing essential data for the business. Moreover, they work closely with information systems managers to build databases based on corporate needs.

Some of their work includes debugging code and upgrading software. Furthermore, they are responsible for securing the data of an organization and ensuring the protection of the data.

They are also responsible for restoring lost data, creating permissions for users, building and testing modifications, integrating with legacy databases, and maintaining SLAs based on business requirements.

Average Salary

According to GlassDoor, the average salary of a Database Administrator is $87,400.

Sample Database Administrator Job Description for Staffing

The Database Administrator has 1-3 years of experience managing a production database environment. The Database Administrator works under the supervision of the Senior Database Administrator to perform routine monitoring and maintenance of the system.

  • Installs, configures, and upgrades server software.
  • Establishes and maintains sound backup and recovery policies and procedures.
  • Performs routine maintenance.
  • Resolves production issues.
  • Applies patches.
  • Implements and maintains database security (creating and maintaining users and roles, assigning privileges).
  • Performs database tuning and performance monitoring.
  • Establishes and maintains documentation and standards.

Sample Senior Administrator Level Job Description

The Senior Database Administrator has 7+ years of experience managing a production database environment. The Senior Database Administrator can be considered an expert on the database technology required for the project. In addition to the Database Administrator role, the Senior role will perform the following.

  • Performs database tuning and performance monitoring.
  • Establishes and maintains documentation and standards.
  • Approves all production schema changes.
  • Controls and migrations of schema objects.
  • Plans growth and changes.

Sample Senior Developer Job Description

Develops and maintains databases across the organization while ensuring high levels of data availability. The Database Developer will evaluate and advise on all technology components, such as software, hardware, and networking capabilities for database management systems and applications. As part of the role, they may also be responsible for implementing data dashboards at all levels of the organization.

  • 7+ years of experience with programming languages such PL/SQL coding.
  • Easily designs and implements a business process into functional and efficient code.
  • Implements and manages company data management practices and policies.
  • 5+ years of experience in administering, managing, and tuning databases.
  • 5+ years of experience with SQL Server.
  • Has an understanding of data and schema standards and concepts.
  • Has an understanding of database design, implementation, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Collates, prepares, and presents statistical information for internal and external use.
  • Provides guidance and support to Application Developers.
  • Assists with schema design, code review, SQL query tuning.
  • Installs, tunes, implements, and upgrades DBMS installations.
  • Writes and deploys SQL patches.
  • Critical thinker and problem-solving skills.

Common Certifications and Skills for Database Administrator Staffing

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

Microsoft Azure

Microsoft and Linux Knowledge

Other Parallel Career Paths and Jobs

Overall, a Data Engineer is a software expert that works to create machine-readable data solutions for your business. They create and test architectures that allow other members of your organization (i.e. data scientists and analysts) to safely access and observe crucial data. Basically, they are the ones to create data-containing systems.

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Extremely similar to the Data Engineer, the Data Center Engineer finds themselves working on an overall platform, rather than a specific data convergence. These specialists oversee selecting and managing the infrastructure as a Service (IAAS) platform. Additionally, they build out data centers that act as cloud infrastructure. Their primary role is to transition local infrastructures to cloud-based services, ultimately saving companies money and time.

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The Azure Engineer is, at its core, the same job as the other 2 engineers mentioned. The difference is the cloud computing platform used.

Firstly, Azure is a cloud-based software created by Microsoft in 2008. The cloud computing platform allows businesses to ensure services such as analytics, virtual computing, storage, and networking across an accessible platform. Businesses can tap into Azure anywhere, allowing for mobile service.

The Azure Engineer helps the company integrate Azure into its day-to-day. Furthermore, they are available to troubleshoot any issues related to the cloud service. Also, they are available to train and teach other employees how to use the software, manage user accounts and create reports.

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