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SQL Server Database Administrator (SQL Server DBA)

Apex Systems – West Chester, PA

Database Administration, Data Security, MongoDB, CouchDB, Oracle Databases, Infrastructure, Information Security, Technical Support, Server Administration, Auditing, Amazon Web Services, Encryption, Data Management, Microsoft Access, Databases

Salary : $50000 - $92000  / YEAR

The Database Administrator will specifically be responsible for SQL Server to design and enforce audit security policies and procedures that safeguard the integrity of and access to the enterprise systems. They will be charged with identifying areas where data security policies and procedures need change or new ones developed. Primary function will be database administration work with SQL Server. The ecosystem sits on a shared infrastructure system across multiple business units so individual will need to contribute in other areas/technologies. 5-8 years’ database administration with SQL Server in large enterprise environment. (1300 SQL Servers in environment) In depth knowledge of Auditing, Encryption, Access/Role Management and Data Management for relational databases.  Experience in designing security solutions for Enterprise and Cloud models using SQL Server. Experience designing security systems for SQL Server. Should know cyber security, SQL Server, should have DBA experience and know how data bases function. Experience with Oracle Databases, MongoDB, Couchbase (CouchDB) and AWS are a bonus.  

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