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Minimum of two years of experience in relational database administration. One year of programming and debugging in object-oriented programming languages. Self-starter with the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Ability to work on multiple projects and deliver work according to priorities assigned by the manager. Provide technical support and solutions for complex problems that may arise. Design, build, test, implement and maintain integrations between the packaged application and other internal and external applications. Critical thinking, attention to detail, analytical skills, and the ability to independently research and make recommendations. Must be able to communicate effectively with team members regarding collaborative tasks and distill information for end user consumption. Excellent organizational skills with the ability to multi-task, prioritize, follow through, and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Ability to adjust priorities quickly as circumstances dictate. Advanced knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Office Suite with specialized experience working with Excel and Access. Ability to travel to and provide onsite support at remote divisional courthouses and to attend at other locations training when necessary. Availability to provide alternate divisional office, after-hours, or weekend support as needed. Physical effort may be involved in moving and lifting moderately heavy items when installing or troubleshooting IT infrastructure equipment. Preferred Qualifications and Court Preferred Skills Bachelor’s degree or higher in computer science or in an IT related field and at least five (3) years of specialized experience in Information Technology which demonstrates working knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the Database Administrator/ Programmer. Preferred experience in SAP Business Objects reporting Knowledge of and experience creating SQL queries in Informix, MySQL, or equivalent databases. Experience “reverse engineering” existing systems. *Specialized Experience means progressively responsible experience in managing or maintaining critical systems or applications. The ability to manage services to meet uptime level expectations for application reliability. Education at a Bachelors’ degree or higher may be substituted for required specialized experience if obtained in a field closely related to the subject-matter of this position.
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