Sql job description

FREE Job Posting

As technology advances, there is an increasing demand for workers skilled in the computer database programme SQL. Programmers of SQL are responsible for merging data, creating new databases and data filtering to identify trends. They require a bachelor’s degree in computer science or information technology, plus proficiency in SQL 2000 and 2005, JavaScript and .Net. Ideally, they must also be knowledgeable in ASP, PHP and C+, as well as have a good understanding of search engine optimization
There are also opportunities for SQL database administrators, who take care of the day-to-day administration in this environment. A minimum of two years’ SQL Server 2005 DBA experience is usually required for this position, as well as appropriate academic qualifications. Server developers are required to have hands-on experience of data modelling and data mapping, as well as SQL Server
Average salaries for those working in this programme are around £40,000 per annum. Figures for the year 2011 show that 90% of jobs in this area offered salaries of more than £27,500, while 10% of workers in this field received over £67,500.

Description

A SQL developer or programmer uses their knowledge and expertise to program or manage software and/or databases using SQL. This developer may design, create, or modify existing codes and applications. He or she must be familiar with .NET, Microsoft server, Oracle and other databases.
Some programmers work on an individual application or environment doing maintenance. Others may work on several projects or provide application upgrades and alteration to codes.
SQL programmers may:
a. Create scripts or codes to test application functionality
b. Provide product or application enhancements
c.  Analyze existing or team members code
d.  Develop product or application documentation
e.  Manage deployments
f.  Resolve database, server or application issues
g.  Lead and manage project teams

Skills

1. Knowledge and proficiency in SQL, .NET, XML, PHP, ASP, VB, Java Enterprise Edition, Microsoft SQL server or Oracle database software
2. Effective project and time management skills
3. Be able to multitask and resolve problems efficiently
4. Maintain knowledge and skills in current industry developments
5. Have excellent technical skills
6. Good communication skills
7. Be reliable and professional

Education

SQL developers should possess at least a first degree. They should also have the aptitude for mathematics and information technology. Developers must know how to utilize many programming languages. Appropriate qualifications or certifications are integral and necessary. Candidates can access training in Microsoft SQL certification, or other software design, programming or development courses. Having prior experience in the industry is also an asset.

Overview According to our data, these are the percent of job offers for sql.

Last 12 months

Job Types According to our data, in percentages, these are the top job types available for sql.

Categories According to our data, by number of offers, these are the most popular categories for sql.

Cities According to our data, by number of offers, these are the top locations to get hired for sql.

Loading map...

Salaries According to our data this is the average salary range offered for sql.

SQL Jobs

40,649 search results

Latest Job Offers

View more job offers

Most Popular Job Searches

Related Job Descriptions