Database Administrator

3.2 Menard Inc. – Eau Claire, WI Today
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The Database Administrator (DBA) assists in the day-to-day administration, support and ongoing enhancement of Menard, Incrsquos database infrastructures. You will be responsible for supporting mission-critical database environments while maximizing system uptime and productivity. You will also be responsible for planning, installation, configuration, database design, migration, performance monitoring, security, troubleshooting as well as backup and data recovery. Configuration and implementation of DB Clusters andor standbyclone databases Creation and maintenance of database instances Managing logical and physical database structures Monitoring database activities, checking the alert log file for errors and monitoring the hit ratios Application query tuning on all modules using standard DB specific tools Tuning for IO contention, memory contention, row migration, block contentions, etc. Provide database support during application crashes and system downs Planning and performing backup recovery procedures Creating user and security management Monitor unauthorized user access and take preventative actions ConfigurationTroubleshooting of DB access setup SQL tuning, monitoring performance issues and setting up coding standards Ensure that the Menard, Inc.rsquos databases are available 24 hours a day for performing normal business functions Create proactive monitoring processes and preventative action plans to avoid system outages Database capacity planning and sizing Documentation of every aspect of DBMS including hardware configuration and maintenance records Ensure Service Level Agreements are met Provide database support during application development Load database software after installation of new hardware or software Test newly installed databases in conjunction with application software Test newly installed databases for optimal performance Provide database support and monitoring during data warehousing projects SKILLS REQUIREMENTS Bachelor Degree in Data Science, Data Engineering, Data Mining, Computer Science, or Computer Programming Experience with MySQL, SQL, and Oracle a plus Object-oriented analysis and design skills Proficient in Logical Database Design Physical Database Design Structured Query Language Data Warehousing Data Dictionary Management Database Backup Recovery Strategies Query Optimization Performance problem analysis Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to influence, negotiate, and foster a team-oriented and collaborative environment Strong analytical, consultative, and communication skills as well as the ability to make good judgment Willingness to accept direction and confident to provide direction Ability to adapt to new technologies and learn quickly Must work within designated normal office hours - Monday-Friday, 40 hoursweek - at the Corporate Office in Eau Claire, WI (remote work is not offered) Must be willing to work overtime as needed Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States, presently and in the future, without sponsorship
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