Job Classification Specification

8639ZU - Sys/Db Dsgn/Admin 2 No Entry

F.L.S.A. Status: Exempt
V-Class? Yes
Probationary Period: F - One Year
Bargaining Unit 1: 12 - Non-Instructional Professional
Job Code Group: Civil Service/UnionRepresented
Group Affiliation
(PS Union Code):
C2 - Civil Service
Job Family: G - Information Technology
IPEDS_S Code: 4 - Other Professionals
Job Group: B
S.O.C. Code: 100 - Computer Scientists and System
Job Function/E.A.P. Code: 07 - Other Professional
J.E.Q. Range: N/A
Salary Admin. Plan/Grade: I8 / 03  -  Info Tech Grade 03     (BU 12)
 

Salary Rate Information

Effective 06/16/2014
Salary Range: I8 / 03  -  Info Tech Grade 03     (BU 12)
*=based on 100%, 12 month appointment
Rate Hourly Annual Equivalent *
Minimum Rate 26.03 54142.00
Mid-Point Rate 35.10 72997.50
Maximum Rate 44.16 91853.00

Job Description for 8639ZU Sys/Db Dsgn/Admin 2 No Entry

Description Effective as of 06/17/2013
Second-level professional System/Database Design and Administrator independently performing system/database administrations, designs, and upgrades.

Incumbent at this level is a learned professional responsible for resolving problems of moderate difficulty through analyzing possible solutions utilizing standard procedures. Works under limited supervision. Technical guidance required for unusual and complex problems/projects.

RESPONSIBILITIES (These examples do not include all possible tasks in this work and do not limit the assignment of related tasks in any position of this class.)

Designs and implements moderately complex systems/databases.

Monitors and tunes systems/databases to ensure system integrity and to achieve optimum performance.

Provides advanced operational support. Troubleshoots, tracks, and resolves system/database issues. Evaluates and follows through on issues and problems until resolved or escalated.

Recommends, designs, and implements systems/databases backup and recovery process and policies.

Conducts disaster analysis, planning, and implementation. Conducts storage planning and administration.

Updates and promotes standard procedures for installing, configuring, and maintaining systems/databases.

Maintains hardware and software inventory (including software licensing). Recommends hardware replacement and plan new hardware implementation.

Develops recovery procedures, scheduling and backups.

May lead small-scale or sub-functional team for system design, modification, upgrade, and implementation project. Provides training and technical guidance to less experienced staff.


DEGREE AND/OR CREDENTIALS
Bachelor?s degree required in a field related to the position.

EXPERIENCE

Two years of work experience in the areas of database design and administration.

These minimum requirements may also include additional criteria specific to the position.

PROMOTIONAL SERIES
System/Database Design and Administration 2-3-4

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Positions in this class typically require: fingering, grasping, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions.

Sedentary Work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.

BENEFITS
Benefits: Receives fringe benefits for the academic professional class series as is determined by percent time, appointment type, appointment duration and any other eligibility requirements. Refer to Benefits Summary for Prospective Employees at http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/ohrpolicy/Benefits/benesum.htm.

NOTE:
The information given is not a condition of employment, and the language is not intended to, nor does it, create a contract between the University and any employee. This description is subject to revision, with or without notice, and in accordance with any applicable University consultative processes.