Database Administrator- Microsoft SQL

  • MaineHealth
  • Westbrook, ME 04092, USA
  • May 14, 2022

Job Description


Position Summary

    • The Database Administrator role is the first level of a two level career path. The Database Administrator (DBA) is responsible for the optimal utilization of database resources. The Microsoft SQL Database Administrator is responsible for the implementation, configuration, maintenance, compliance, security, monitoring and performance of the SQL databases and SQL database systems serving MaineHealth. In addition to the DBA functions, this position is involved in the definition, development, and maintenance of Internet/Intranet based applications involving back end databases server technologies.
    • Day to Day responsibilities include:
      • Security administration and compliance enforcement
      • Database backup and recovery
      • Database system maintenance
      • Performance tuning
      • Database installations
      • Database upgrades and migrations
      • Setup and monitor alerts
      • Production and non-production support
      • Troubleshooting database issues
      • Installing database patches
      • Work with vendors and application owners
  • Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)
  1. Education: Bachelor's degree in Information Technology or a related field, or equivalent work experience.
  2. License/Certifications: Certification in a DBA discipline of our current standard devices.
  3. Experience: 1-3  years of technical experience with building, installing, configuring, and supporting Data.
  4. Good interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
  5. Ability to effectively train or present to large groups.
  6. Ability to effectively convey and articulate complex concepts and ideas to both technical and non technical staff.

Additional Information

MaineHealth is a health system whose members and affiliates include hospitals, physician practices, long-term care facilities, home care agencies, and support services. Learn more about this system at