Advanced Database Administrator or Developer, for work assigned according to skill set within a skilled, five-person development group. This is a full-time, permanent position.
Develop n-tier architecture of SQL Server 2008 databases
Analyze & recommend indexing strategies
Architect table designs and workflow
Recommend software and hardware upgrades
Design relevant stored procedures, triggers, jobs, etc
Perform database maintenance, upgrades, log file analysis
Work independently and collaboratively on a variety of development projects
A demonstrated passion for learning new technologies and offering creative solutions
Produce within fast-paced development environment
4+ Years database administrator / developer
Bachelors Degree or equivalent
Experience with multiple server environment
Server clustering experience
2+ Years SQL Server 2005 / 2008
Flexible and resilient in an ever changing environment
Candidate must be authorized to work in the United States
Must work from corporate office in Appleton, WI
Additional Experience in any of the follow is a bonus:
Data Storage & Indexing
Security / Compliance
The DBA / DBD will work out of our corporate office in the Appleton, Wisconsin.
Compensation will be $50,000 - $65,000 based on expertise and experience.
LoanSifter is a proprietary web-based search engine designed to help banks, mortgage brokers and credit unions be more efficient and cost-effective in making the right match between residential loan programs and borrowers.
LoanSifter maintains the largest real-time database of residential mortgage data in the country. Headquartered in Appleton, WI, LoanSifter has 55 employees in 12 states, and is backed by an impressive group of business professionals whove lead a variety of technology-based businesses.
We have had great success penetrating our market. In the past 22 months, we have grown every week! The volatile financial markets increase the value of, and need for, the product and pricing search engine we bring to the financial services arena.
Last edited by cragi; 10-08-09 at 15:20.