- Hourly / - BiWeekly /
- Monthly / $60,514.00-$97,159.00 Yearly
A Database Specialist Manager is the managerial level of work designing, developing, implementing, maintaining and controlling database management systems for computers. Employees in this classification supervise Database Specialist Supervisors.
Employees in this classification receive managerial supervision from an information technology director or other designated administrator. Employees may be required to work evenings, weekends and holidays and may be subject to call-in.
The Database Specialist Manager is differentiated from the Database Specialist Supervisor on the basis of supervisory responsibility. The Database Specialist Manager directly supervises Database Specialist Supervisors while the Database Specialist Supervisor directly supervises lower-level Database Specialists.
Plans, directs and administers database management systems activities of an agency or data center in accordance with applicable laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures;
Plans, coordinates, supervises and evaluates the work of Database Specialist Supervisors and related support staff;
Develops, implements and manages new and revised database management policies, procedures and standards;
Develops, implements and manages training programs for database management staff;
Develops training plans for systems users;
Oversees the preparation, maintenance and distribution of database management system documentation and technical literature related to database management services, policies, procedures and standards;
Prioritizes database management projects, determines staffing requirements, develops work plans and deadlines, monitors the progress of projects and approves completed projects for technical accuracy, completeness and adherence to established policies, procedures and standards;
Prepares requests for proposals for contractual database management software, hardware and services, evaluates proposals and oversees delivery and contract compliance by vendors;
Meets with upper-level management, vendors, systems users, and other information technology staff to discuss and resolve database problems and issues, including system performance, utilization and capacity and disaster recovery planning;
Prepares statistical and narrative reports of database management activities and special projects; Supplies information for the departmental information technology master plan and budget;
Collaborates in the development, testing and implementation of new or revised operating systems including data communications, applications systems, database management systems and new or modified computer hardware as required;
Reviews journals, catalogues and other technical literature and attends workshops, seminars, and trade shows to keep abreast of the latest developments in database management systems and other information technology issues and topics;
Performs other related duties.