Database Administrator and Programmer (State Reporting)

Job | Posted 18 days ago
Start Date


Description: Perform functions to design, develop and maintain data systems to meet the needs and reporting requirements of District 204. This is a full-time, 12 month position.

Essential Functions:
Under general direction:

1. Install, test, deploy and maintain relational databases in SQL Server.

2. Establish import/export processes:  manual, scheduled and automated for existing and new applications as required.

3. Manage and enforce security, and routine maintenance on assigned database data systems.

4. Design, develop, test and maintain web-based database driven application using in-house server-side technologies (e.g. ASP, ASP.NET).

5. Design, develop, test and maintain database data projects with forms and reports for back and front-end connectivity.

6. Develop and maintain a centralized Data Warehouse. Provide data to staff and the State as required.

7. Develop models and prototypes for later enhancement, customization and updates.

8. Adapt existing database structures for new environments/projects and as required utilize third party database systems for new environments/projects.

9. Participate in service and vendor reviews and evaluations.

10. Expand technical knowledge in own and related discipline for functional areas supported.  Keep abreast of new techniques and procedures.

11. Submission and retrieval of data files as required by the State (IWAS) (e.g. student demographics, enrollment, test, special needs, and discipline data).

Perform other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Preferred candidate will have a 4 year degree in computer science/programming or equivalent through experience and training. Preferred candidate will have training and experience in Cognos reporting and SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS).

Rate of Pay: Starting salary is $62,836, prior experience in the same or similar position will be considered. Benefits include IMRF contributions, 20 vacation days annually and insurance eligiblity.

Selection Procedure: Qualified candidates will be contacted by the appropriate administrator.

Posted By

Indian Prairie School District 204

780 Shoreline Drive, Aurora, IL 60504
Compare with State

Amount per Student


State Average: $13,341

% ELL Students


State Average: 10%

Student Teacher Ratio


State Average: 15.71

% IEP Students


State Average: 15%



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