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Job Description: Lead Database Developer

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Lead Database Developers serve as technical team leaders for database-centric software development projects. Evaluate your next database developer hire with the help of this sample job description.

The attached document is a typical job description for a Lead Database Developer and was provided by IT Staffing and Tech Recruiting firm G.1440.

The Lead Database Developer is primarily responsible for serving as a technical lead for database-centric software development projects of moderate-to-high complexity. Additional responsibilities include:

  • Performing hands-on software development and design while serving as team lead
  • Handling multiple projects simultaneously
  • Following established company and department standards and best practices
  • Creating and updating project plans and/or task checklists for assigned projects

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