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Database Developer

Company Name:
Myriddian, LLC
Our client, a financial investment advisory firm headquartered in Timonium, Maryland is seeking a Database Developer with experience working with large, complex databases. Job purpose is to maintain database results through the development and maintenance of database systems to meet business needs.
US Citizens and Green Card Holders Only!
Company needs someone to assist working on specific database assignments on a project by project basis.
Responsibilities
o Responsible for modeling, developing, and optimizing database servers.
o Work closely with application developers to create and implement solutions.
o Build and maintain complex ETL processes in SQL
o Assist with application performance and query tuning.
o Manage indexes across databases to maintain performance while scaling and
designing/implementingnew tables, fields, and stored procedures.
o Managing schema changes across multiple databases.
Qualifications:
o Familiarity with SQL, VB and C+
o Advanced in Access and Excel
o Highly responsible, self-motivated, and able to thrive in an energetic, fast-paced,creativ environment.
o Strong work ethic and able to work effectively independently and in collaborative team environments.
o Hands-on; completes tasks and dependable; proactive in nature.
o Knows what needs to be done and operates with a sense of urgency, focus, and discipline.
o Excellent communication skills (written, verbal, presentation, and interpersonal).
o Team player, with a strong sense of ownership and a "get things done" attitude.
o Detailed-oriented person, who is very meticulous about his/her work.
o Accounting and finance background preferred.
o Willing to work on a contract basis.

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