Friday 21 August 2009

Seeking an Experienced DBA with Strong T-SQL Skills

We’re looking for an experienced database administrator to start initially on a short term (three month) contract at Tourism WA’s Perth office. If you match this description, you do quality work, and you’re not a cocky git, please get in touch asap:

Required Personal Skills

  • The ability to work independently with initiative and self-drive
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • A sense of humour

Required Technical Skills

  • Practical experience writing Transact SQL scripts and applying relational database concepts
  • Practical experience installing, maintaining and migrating SQL Server 2000, 2005, and 2008 on 32 and 64-bit platforms
  • Practical experience configuring and maintaining SQL Server 2008 clusters
  • Knowledge of general performance testing and environment optimisation approaches
  • Practical experience performance tuning existing code (stored procedures, user defined functions, views, other queries)
  • Practical experience tuning indexes and configuring maintenance plans
  • Practical experience implementing a database server health monitoring and status alerting system
  • Practical experience with high availability techniques for SQL Server (mirroring, log shipping, etc.)
  • Knowledge of deploying C# CLR assemblies within SQL Server

Desirable Technical Skills

  • Experience maintaining product-specific database environments (specifically SharePoint/MOSS 2007)
  • A working understanding of network concepts as they relate to database administration (firewalls, TCP/IP, performance)
  • A working understanding of SAN and RAID technologies
  • Experience tuning storage subsystems
  • Experience installing and maintaining SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
  • Experience creating and maintaining SSRS reports
  • Basic understanding of source control concepts

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