The Senior Database Administrator is expected to have mastered most database skills and be able to teach those skills. In addition, the Senior Database Administrator should be able to provide guidance to application developers on proper data access strategies, provide advice to all levels of the organization about how their requirements will impact infrastructure, and more importantly the changes to infrastructure that will be required to meet those needs. This position requires a minimum of 8 years of experience working with SQL Server, and a minimum of 10 years of overall IT experience.
A Senior Database Administrator should have familiarity with at least 2 of the following:
Full-time employees are eligible for medical, dental, vision, voluntary short-term disability, company-paid long term disability, company-paid life insurance and accidental death & dismemberment (AD&D), 401(k) + company match and 100% vesting after 4 years, discretionary profit sharing, employee stock purchase program (espp), paid time off, floating holidays, paid maternity leave, paid parental bonding leave, tuition reimbursement, jury duty pay, work from home stipend, and other paid leaves vary based on work location