Director of Enterprise Data Operating
Requisition Number: 0811047
Position Summary: The Institute of Business Analytics is seeking an Assistant Research Scientist to facilitate coordinated data management efforts across the university, state, and federal agencies.
Minimum Preferred Qualifications: The Culverhouse College of Commerce at The University of Alabama (UA) is seeking a research data director to work in the Institute of Business Analytics (IBA). The Director of Enterprise Data Operations will be responsible for the management of many data sources across the multiple projects that have significant data security guidelines and restrictions. The director will coordinate and support the data needs of the faculty and staff in the IBA as well as other faculty across UA that have data storage and querying needs related to IBA projects. The director will also manage IBA staff in regards to data storage and access. The Director of Enterprise Data Operations will report directly to the Director of the Institute of Business Analytics. Minimum Qualifications: Master's Degree in Management Information Systems, Computer Science or closely related field and experience as database administrator in either title or functional responsibility role. Preferred Qualifications: In-depth familiarity with Microsoft SQL Server, stored procedures, and data management across multiple projects/organizations. Experience with .NET C#, ASP.NET, Web services, .NET server platform, as well as a variety of other .NET technologies are preferred. Experience with data backups, restorations, multi-table/database joins, views, reports, and other data management tasks is desired. Acceptance of applications will be through October 31, 2017. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
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