Menu ×

Toggle Menu

[?] Subscribe To This Site

follow us in feedly
Add to My Yahoo!

leftimage for

  1. Home
  2. Resume Templates a-i
  3. Computer Database

Computer Database Resume

Computer Database ResumeComputer Database Resume2Computer Database Resume3

Computer Database resume FREE UPDATES-SUBSCRIBE

Word icon
 Download Computer Database Template
 Download Computer Database Template2
 Download Computer Database Resume3
 Download Computer Database Cover Letter

Here are 3 formatted computer database resumes in word format that are very easy to edit.

If you have all your information down on paper, then probably 30 minutes is all you will need.

Free and easy to edit in word with no fuss.

   Add this website please, bookmark it now. Bookmark and Share

Electronic commerce companies on the internet generate lots of data. Large computer databases are needed that will store huge information on relating to customers, company inventory, in nearly every industry that is out there.

Data must be organized and stored, then managed. Database administrators will find ways to do this by working with all different types of software.

They identify the company’s needs, then set up databases, and test those systems. Their responsibility is to ensure the systems perform as they should and are constantly adding more to the system as needed.

Database administrators if they do not already have one need a good security plan. The data integrity of the system, backup measures, and the security of the system so it does not get hacked are critical parts of the job.

Database administrator’s workplace settings are in offices. They will normally work 40 hours a week.

Computer Database Job Duties:

1. Database administrators will perform the following:
2. Ensure that all organizational data is secured
3. Back up als restoring data so there is no data loss
4. Identify the user needs, then create and maintain databases
5. Ensure databases run smoothly without any errors
6. Make and then test all modifications made in the database
7. Maintaining the database and updating all permissions
8. Merge all older databases into newer ones

Employment of database administrators (DBAs) is projected to grow 11 percent in general from 2014 to 2024.

Growth in this occupation will be driven by the increased data needs of companies in all sectors of the economy.
Employment of DBAs is projected to grow 26 percent in the database-as-a-service industry from 2014 to 2024.

There is great demand of database-as-a-service by smaller companies, which will allow database administration by a third party to be completed over the Internet, this also will increase employment of DBAs at all cloud computing firms who are in the business of data processing, also hosting, and any related services.

So the good news is that many opportunities are waiting in the cloud so to speak.

Joe Thurston-Owner of Resumes Cover Letters

Back to Computer Database Resume Top of Page

Back to Home Page Free Resume Templates

          Add us to favorites Bookmark and Share

Sitemap Disclaimer Partner Links Privacy Policy