Client company in the Cleveland Ohio area needs an SQL Server DBA (Developmental) to join it's staff.

80-100K range ..depends on experience.

Relocation Assistance is provided.

NO Sponsorship Available.

This is NOT a Production DBA but rather a Development DBA Opportunity.
The SQL Developmental Database Administrator will be responsible for designing, implementing and writing database solutions to support
an e-commerce application, including database tuning, index tuning, maintenance planning, query optimization, and database design.
This position will validate all database design requests and review all stored procedures created and updated in the application.
This position must have a solid understanding of Microsoft's .Net Framework and data access strategies, solid background in software design concepts,
including security, performance, scalability, availability, and demonstrated, real-world experience developing and/or modifying database code for
large-scale software applications.

* Qualifications:
- 4 yr degree in CS or related field.
-A minimum of 5 years of Database Administration experience is required. At least 3 of those years must be within MS SQL.
-Minimum of 3 years in-depth experience and system-level expertise in a high-performance, mission-critical transactional environment.
-Real-life experience with SQL Server 2000, normalization, schema design, referential integrity, triggers, stored procedures.
-Demonstrable knowledge of SQL and designing, tuning, and developing database schemas.
-Experience in the full project life cycle.
-Extensive experience writing SQL in stored procedures.
-Experience in data warehouse is a plus.

*Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

For immediate consideration, please email your resume as an attachment to:
Please Use Job Code: DBForums/Cleveland/SQL Server Developmental DBA/Dave S.
Phone: 1-800-549-8502

I pay referral fees.
So please contact me if you know of anyone who would be qualified/interested in the
posiition*described above- if it is not a match for your skills.
Bill Law