MediaMonks is in search of an English-speaking Database Engineer to help organise all online data for one of our biggest clients.
Role & Responsibilities
Write new database programs and maintain existing programs to ensure they can handle the flow of traffic and the amount of data being stored in the database.
Design new databases based on company needs, data storage needs, and the number of users accessing the database.
Continuously monitor databases and related systems to ensure high functionality.
Write new support programs and scripts for databases to increase data storage capacity and fix existing database problems.
Troubleshoot code, checking for potential problems that affect database functionality and related database programs.
Look through coding language to debug existing database scripts and programs.
Review daily, weekly, and monthly database reports, including user reports and systems information, to spot problems and ensure that all databases and support systems are working at peak levels.
Analyze data from the client and mould it so the marketing-driven outlets can use as needed.
Solid understanding of data models
2+ year of experience working on live projects
Full understanding from SQL and non-SQL databases
Work with client to retrieve and mould data
Model and query data
Provide guidance and support to Application Developers
Assist with schema design, code review, SQL query tuning
Install, tune, implement and upgrade DBMS installations
Write and deploy SQL patches
Upgrade and improve application schema and data upgrades
Process work accurately and in a timely manner
Pay attention to detail at all times
Proactively and regularly make recommendations for system improvements
Collate, prepare and present statistical information for internal and external use
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