The role of a Data Developer is to maintain databases across an organisation and ensuring that there are high levels of data available. The Database Developer will also evaluate and advise on all technology components such as software, hardware and networking, for database management systems and applications. As part of the role, they will be responsible for implementing data dashboards to all levels of an organisation.
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Some of the responsibilities will include, designing and deploying data table structures, conducting research and making recommendations on database products, services and tools. Additionally, they may coordinate and work with other technical staff to develop relational databases and secondary databases. They will also develop and maintain the database stored procedures, views and functions for hosted web application.
As an integrated member of the IT team, they will work closely with developers to ensure system consistency, as well as collaborating with administrators and customers to provide technical support. Communication and organisation skills are essential, as well as problem-solving abilities.