We are currently recruiting a highly driven Database Manager. You will use your understanding of information systems to drive technology improvements to enhance company and user effectiveness in a cost-efficient and logical manner. The Database Manager’s role is to providing both system and business support for Company strategy. To design, implement, and maintain information systems and network architecture that support core organizational functions and assure their high availability.
This is a great opportunity to join the IT team at a successful, growing company. We will provide you with ample opportunities for personal and professional growth. Responsibilities will include Overseeing and ensures efficient operations of databases and system applications. To analyze and troubleshoot system and application related issues. Plan and conduct testing of applications to confirm functionality and performance. Oversee the planning, tracking and implementation of projects related to the business systems. Confer with end-users, programmer or senior management to define business requirements for systems development. DBM will support end users with software applications, and add-on modules. DBM will provide support when necessary to assist, troubleshoot, or diagnose server, client and/or application issues. DBM will be responsible for the Administration of the security and permissions for all Enterprise resource planning ERP related systems. Assist in defining specifications for the customisation of ERP system and ERP reports. Assist in the customisation of the ERP system and ERP reporting, and Manage Vendor relationships related to ERP system. Further, DBM will Identify and resolve system issues, working with vendors as necessary. DBM will Maintain backup of databases, Manage architecture and development of internal enterprise software. DBM will play role in the Administration of all databases, including production and pilot databases, and Assist with a disaster recovery plan for ERP system, and develop, document, communicate, and enforce a policy for standardising systems, and software as necessary.