Database Manager

Company Name:
Jan Osburn
Database Manager
This position is responsible for our expansive membership database, having an impact on event administration and billing.
The successful candidate will be one able to help streamline and improve upon system design, making upgrade and other recommendations as necessary.
o Supports our membership with total account administration.
o Manage the analysis, support, implementation, maintenance and security of the organization's CRM database and its coordination with a variety of internal and external functions.
o Implement resulting updates and corrections in a timely manner, ensuring proper data structure and relationships are maintained.
o Performs a variety of processing tasks in relation to technical and non-technical documentation.
o Creation and maintenance of client account information entry.
o Establish and maintain data quality through weekly/monthly/quarterly reporting.
o Train existing and new staff on database skills, creating, updating and distributing documentation for improved organization-wide usage of the database system.
o Provides recommendations to policy, procedures and standards relating to database management and maintain documentation of current business processes and workflows.
o Evaluating database tools and providing recommendations for risks and benefits for implementation and usage.
o Backup and restoration of database for major database processes, as necessary, such as member billing, database development, overhaul and/or issue troubleshooting.
We are looking for someone who:
o Is a self-starter, able to work independently and within team construct.
o Is metrics-oriented, organized and has a need to win.
o Has a keen sense of details and highly organized.
o Minimum: High school diploma.
o This is an entry level position, however, 1-2 years of experience is preferred
o Experience in data entry
o Experience working with membership organizations a plus
o Excellent computer skills, proficiency in Microsoft Office
o Ability to quickly learn and consistently employ institutional processes
o Ability to work under pressure, organize and prioritize responsibilities

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