The Database Administrator (DBA) is responsible for the installation, maintenance, access, performance and integrity of database systems and security in accordance to database standards, processes, and project specifications. The DBA creates databases, tables, schemas, queries and indexes, and assists the Senior DBAs in monitoring, testing, diagnosing and resolving database issues to minimize database downtime. Additionally, the DBA creates database documentation, including data standards, procedures, and definitions for the technical repository. As part of a cross-functional team, the DBA communicates with and works closely with internal technical, applications, and operational teams for successful preservation of database systems. Candidates must have at least an Associate’s degree in a computer field (Information Systems, Information Technology, Computer Science, Mathematics, Actuarial Science, or Engineering), or equivalent years of relevant work directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Minimum 2+ years of experience in software development using Microsoft tools and technologies, including but not limited to MS SQL, various versions required, including most current versions. .NET, C#, C++, T-SQL, JQuery, SSIS, PowerShell and ASP, are desired. An understanding of n-tiered deployment, TF build, database comparisons tools, .sdf file generation and knowledge of server architecture, network authentication and authorization, including user roles, is desired. Experience with various versions of Visual Studio 2008 through 2019 is preferred. Experience with MS TFS and/or GIT, SQLite - SQL express, SQL CE, Redgate UI and/or command line, are a plus.