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Angajator: FIRST BANK
  • Banci
  • IT Hardware
  • IT Software
  • Tip job: full-time
    Nivel job: 1 - 5 ani experienta
  • Actualizat la: 09.07.2020
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    Intr-o lume plina de zgomot, noi promitem clientilor nostri sa-i ascultam cu adevarat si sa le oferim raspunsuri sincere. Si, desigur, solutii potrivite pentru problemele lor.


    Skills, Knowledge, Experience
    Database experience – DBAs know how databases function. This knowledge typically comes through direct experience working with databases, either as an end user or DBA
    SQL knowledge – SQL is a programming language that is essential for managing databases. Successful DBA candidates are well versed in SQL and know how it applies to databases, familiar with Database management tools (Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, Oracle Database)
    IT experience and knowledge – DBA candidates who worked in entry-level IT roles make good fits for this position. Successful DBAs know all about IT and how it affects their employer
    Attention to detail – DBAs are excellent observers, and they can identify database problems with ease. This attention to details helps DBAs optimize database performance
    Teamwork – DBAs often work with a variety of other teams throughout the company, such as the IT department or the coders developing the software. Teamwork skills are essential to ensure the correct information is being communicated


    Design and Implement Databases - The main responsibility of a DBA is to create new database solutions and implement them properly.
    Monitor Database Performance - DBAs monitor overall database performance to ensure end users are receiving the information needed in as little time as possible. If performance is suffering, DBAs identify the problem and promptly fix it.
    Run Database Testing - After a new database solution is implemented, DBAs run tests on the new solution to ensure it functions correctly before fully rolling it out. Testing involves creating test scenarios to immediately identify and correct problems.
    Control Security Access and Permissions - DBAs are responsible for controlling all employee access and permissions for accessing their employer’s databases.
    Write and Maintain Documentation - Oftentimes, DBAs are responsible for creating and maintaining all database documentation. This includes documenting data policies and procedures as well as data standards.