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Database Developer/Administrator

How You Will Contribute

The Database Developer/Administrator will work with IIT staff and other departments to maximize the uses of all Museum data. This person will lead projects that integrate data from various systems and work to create a data warehouse that will be used to support strategic Museum goals. The Database Dev/Admin will work closely with the Business Systems Coordinator and Assistant Director of Collection Information to understand the current information resources and the Museum’s information and reporting needs. 

Specifically, you will…

  • Support the design, development and implementation of solutions that integrate data between internal systems and also external (vendor hosted/managed) systems.
  • Develop and maintain scripts and programs to link data between source and public-facing systems
  • Support the design, development and implementation of user-facing data repositories, i.e., data marts and related semantic layers (models and cubes)
  • Develop ETL applications and SSIS and SSRS packages to move/integrate data between operational systems and data warehouse/BI systems
  • Administer automated/scheduled reports and data extracts and support end-users with ad-hoc queries.
  • Assist in the development of analytical reports and dashboards for operational and management teams.
  • Ensure that storage, archiving, back-up and recovery procedures are functioning correctly via the development, management, and testing of back-up and recovery plans.
  • Conduct capacity planning for future growth and identify areas to improve performance via query/database tuning.

Your diverse background includes…

  • 2+ years of progressive experience as a Database Developer or DBA; ETL development and report development.
  • Experience with enterprise-level Relational Database Management Systems, SQL, stored procedures, SSIS packages, SSRS, functions, and related ETL and Business Intelligence toolsets.
  • Proficiency with a related SQL scripting/programming language, including the ability to develop, test, and debug ad-hoc queries, stored procedures, and data migration scripts.
  • Experience with Salesforce and Museum data systems like Raiser’s Edge and TMS desired.
  • Skilled at troubleshooting and resolving database problems, as well as performance tuning.
  • Knowledge of High Availability and Disaster Recovery options for MSSQL Server, and can perform backups, restores and recovery.



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