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Posted by: Kalyan Vangapalli
Date: July 23, 2014 08:15AM

Blacksmith Applications, Inc.
60 Island Street

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Blacksmith Applications, Inc.
60 Island Street

Database Architects

Job Duties:

Design databases and effective application implementations to support the overall system architecture of our business applications, ensuring system scalability, security, performance, and reliability.
Transform use cases into efficient data models for high-volume, high-speed functionality and implement the data model as a high-availability repository.
Assist in the logical and physical implementations of relational and dimensional data models.
Create, update, and refine requirements for database and application development so they align with customer process requirements.
Document all system code, changes, and procedures and prepare estimates and timelines for project completion.
Define enterprise information assets to meet business requirements in collaboration with business and technology teams.
Develop technical systems to manage data and information.
Design improvements and recommend solutions for efficient data management.
Support software engineers, database managers, and programmers with data modeling, design, and administration in the web/e-commerce and client server environments.
Design interfaces between all existing and potential applications to ensure proper functionality and data transfer compatibilities.
Assist in development of all aspects of business intelligence lifecycle tools, technologies and architectures, including information architecture, strategies, ETL data quality, database, and predictive modeling.

Salary: Competitive.

Applicants can send resume to the employer’s address indicated above.

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