Database Manager on GSA STARS II Small Business IDIQ oversees the administration of information storage systems, including the design and implementation of new computerized databases. They keep up with technological change and new advances in the design and use of databases and give recommendations to various groups of database users. Monitor the installation of new software and test their activities, preparing progress reports on each database management project. Have bachelor’s degrees in computer science, computer information systems, cyber security, management information systems or information technology among other certifications. Have extensive knowledge of relational database theory, database administration, data modeling, data analysis, database design, repository creation, data architecture, data warehouse modeling, database management reporting, and so on. Proficient in database programming languages such as ORACLE, SQL, Postgre-SQL, Transact-SQL, SYBASE, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS); and other relevant computer programming languages such as MySQL, jQuery, Oracle, Java Script, Angular, CSS, HTML 5, Apache, Node.js, Beans, Postgre, Python, C, C++; and high-level applications such as Server Reporting Services (SRS), Tableau, Pentaho, Matillion, Raiser’s Edge Fundraising Software, and so on. Have exceptional experience in developing codes, quality assurance testing, RDBMS management, database monitoring, database queries, database design, and dimensional modeling techniques. Use data effectively to improve programs and organization efficiency. Protect data from hackers and security breaches. Manage the database by setting and applying standards and controls, expand the database by examining plans and needs, offer advice to technical management, and coordinate design and programming of databases. Keep technical management up-to-date by reporting on performance and system issues; update hardware and software and evaluate transaction processing and database production options; maintain database performance by solving problems; perform platform updates and improvements by monitoring system programming; and secure the database through adequate database security policies, procedures, and controls. Update organization’s expertise by participating in staff training opportunities, supplying specialist publications, and maintaining professional networks associations.
CLIN 34 Database Manager
$126.01 / Per Hour
Database Manager on GSA STARS II Small Business IDIQ responsible for all activities related to the administration of computerized databases. Assigns personnel to various projects and directs their activities. Reviews and evaluates work and prepares performance reports. Confers with and advises subordinates on administrative policies and procedures, technical problems, priorities, and methods. Consults with and advises users of various databases. Projects long-range requirements for database administration in conjunction with other managers in the information systems function as well as business function managers. Prepares activity and progress reports regarding the database management section. Typically requires five to seven years of experience.