Job Opportunity at iShip.com/DBA & Database Engineersgreenspun.com : LUSENET : SQL Server Database Administration : One Thread
At iShip.com we are radically changing the way the world ships. Think about it. You cant send a package over the Internet. Thats where we come in, creating a single online marketplace for everyones shipping needs. Want to be a part of this historic milestone in the Internet economy? Then take a moment now to find out what its like to work here, and who were looking for to help us make it happen.
When you join our staff at iShip.com, you get to work in a flexible environment. The company you keep here will inspire and energize you, as everyone pulls together to deliver ground-breaking products that bring choice and convenience to shipping. We give employees considerable autonomy as they contribute to the quality of our services and satisfaction of our customers. And we offer a great benefit package along with an enticing stock option plan.
Salary Range: $55K - $75K (DOE) Full Time, Permanent Positions only at this time.
Job Description: SQL DBA Primary responsibilities is to maintain the maintain the Data Base Server and Schema baseline for the production and test data center environments. You will be expected to consult with Development and QA teams while managing the installed databases in the Data Center and QA environments, evaluate and analyze SQL server upgrades and features, define and maintain SQL server baseline and installation procedures, create Data Base performance testing metrics. You will be responsible for facilitates Database monitoring, backup and recovery, troubleshooting, and tuning for reliability, scalability and performance. You will also play a key role in initial database design, system configuration, Disaster Recovery Installation, and security planning.
Job Description: Database Engineers Database Engineers will work as part of the development group writing stored procedures, working with business logic with relation to shipping systems, database optimization, SQL programming , transacSQL, adding features to existing applications, running reports, batch jobs, managing the database builds environment, etc.
-- Anonymous, November 19, 1999
Thank you for the posting and good luck with your recruitment.
-- Anonymous, November 22, 1999