Database Administrator

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Database Administrator responsible for all aspects of database design, maintenance, optimization, and data mining. Individual will be responsible for multiple plant databases containing trace data, product test data, product flow and pedigree data and will be responsible for reporting systems and ad-hoc queries.
oResponsible for creation, maintenance, performance monitoring of Plant Database servers
oDevelopment and support of Database Systems for Manufacturing and Support areas.
oResponsible for plant data mining and reporting for quality searches, operations excellence, ad-hoc searches, PPAC, others.
oPerform assignments involving the planning and execution of a project of limited scope or a portion of larger, more diverse projects relating to CIM needs.
oProvide technical support to production and to CIM Engineers.
oTroubleshoot existing CIM systems to minimize production downtime and insure smooth system operation.
oIndependently evaluates, selects, and applies standard engineering techniques, procedures, and criteria using judgment in making any adaptations or modifications.
oPerforms work that involves common types of plans, investigations, surveys, structures, or equipment.
oAssist in the planning, design, test, and validation of applications to support large scale work cell controllers.
oDesign, test, and validation of applications to support both large and small scale work cell controllers for the manufacturing environment when needed
oDevelop custom .NET software to support mistake proofing in the manufacturing environment.
oCustomer interface to Process Engineering and other departments.
oWorks with a team of CIM Engineers to assist in software development aspects of larger projects.
oMaster of PC Operation and OS Navigation.
oPerform other duties as assigned
oComply with and support the health, safety, and environmental programs, policies and procedures.

Requirements Overview
Bachelor's degree in computer science, computer engineering or related field
8 years experience in Database Management including 2 years experience developing for a manufacturing environment

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