SQL Database Administrator

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This is our direct client opening for a SQL Database Administrator located in Arthur, Ill. This is a permanent position and the salary offered is $70k per year.
Technical skills include:
Three + years of SQL Server database administrator experience, including SQL Server 2005 or SQL Server 2008 or SQL Server 2008 R2, or SQL Server 2012.
Experience with SQL coding, and tuning; and application/database tuning and performance management
Hands-on database management experience, as a DBA; including database development, deployment, and change management; database security administration; and ongoing backup/recovery, monitoring and management, and tuning of production databases and application program SQL.
Understanding of the SQL Server database, related utilities and tools
Knowledge of the physical and logical database design
Good understanding of the Windows operating systems
Good technical skills in MS SQL Server 2008 and up, including system installation and upgrade, backup and recovery, data server migration, database maintenance and support, release management, troubleshooting, performance tuning, developer and third party product support, configuration and support of DTS and SSIS jobs, SQL Server Agent jobs and maintenance plans.
Familiarity with SQL, Transact-SQL and troubleshooting queries and stored procedures.
Please complete the following skills-matrix and send back with your updated resume
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