Database developers are skilled at writing SQL code, designing new systems, understanding front-end-users’ requirements and have a problem-solving attitude. The job requires a solid understanding of database troubleshooting and background with industry standards for database operations. They are responsible for developing and maintaining new servers with the correct database architecture. Employers look for practitioners with a strong SQL Server background and good communications kills. A bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field is often sought, along with three or more years working as a database developer or a related role. Essential to the role are experience with major enterprise database programs, such as Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services, NoSQL databases, Big Data infrastructure, Hadoop or other Big Data engines, .Net Framework, JavaScript, HTML, PHP, and Oracle. Developing database objects and structures for data storage, retrieval and reporting according to project data, integrity and security specificationsAssessing business rules and collaborating with peers to understand technical requirements, testing design and tuning for performanceResolving problems and roadblocks in a timely manner and reliably following through on details and driving issues to a satisfactory conclusion for business users Submit your resume or request talent now and our expert recruiters will be with you shortly.Robert Half can assist you with your database developer recruitment needs.
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Salary for Database Developer
$107,500 - $147,750
25th percentile
New to the role, with little or no experience; requires more than casual instruction or supervision to perform day-to-day duties
50th percentile
Has the experience to consistently perform core responsibilities without direct supervision; very comfortable with processes and subject matter associated with the role
75th percentile
Value to the organization goes far beyond the ability to perform normal job duties; has rare qualifications that enable consistent contribution in unique ways; ready for next career level when available
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