The Systems and Database Administrator is responsible for providing technical services for the department's relational database environment (MS SQL and ACCESS) including development and organization of the databases, assessment and implementation of new technologies and providing a long-range perspective of the relationship of database technology to business optimization. Develop tactical and strategic services, identifying and maximizing opportunities to use information technology to improve service, program and reporting. Identify database requirements, analyzing department applications, programming, and operations; for evaluating existing systems and designing proposed systems. Recommend solutions by defining database physical structure and functional capabilities, proposes specifications and flowcharts, and recommends optimum access techniques. Manage UniFlow Output Manager for print management, billing and maintaining student print budgets. Acts as the point person to maintain relationships with Uniflow, Canon and Onbase programmers. Develops and updates MBA scholarship Access database every year to reflect new data. By utilizing enterprise?wide reporting systems like Business Objects, Cognos, develop various automated tools so unit managers can run various financial and business reports.
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