Job Description: SQL Server DBA

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This template provides a baseline for evaluating enterprise DBA candidate's skill set, ranging from application deployment support to database design.

The attached document is a typical job description for a SQL Server Database Administrator (DBA).

The Database Administrator works with other DBAs, report writers, and project teams to refine reporting requirements and design and implement all database related applications and processes for the Business Intelligence Platform. A high emphasis is placed on analytics, OLAP and analysis cube design.

Other responsibilities include:

  • Designing and implementing databases using Microsoft SQL 2008
  • Performing administration of database servers, including production, development, testing and training machines
  • Supporting deployment of all software applications

The attached Zip file includes:

  • Intro Page.doc
  • SQL Server DBA.doc
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