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Job of the week: SQL Developer – Miami, Florida

Job of the week: SQL Developer – Miami, Florida

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We are looking for a SQL Developer work out of our Miami office.


  • Responsible for the development and support activities on the database servers. This will include the creation of code units that run as part of the database server and optimization of query and database performance.
  • Creates applications to solve specific business problems to include the creation of applications to perform data cleansing, data conversion, and data loading. May also be asked to create application solutions in other areas as well.
  • Shares responsibility for the support, maintenance, and optimization of a large number of databases.
  • Responsible for troubleshooting and resolution of database issues by working closely with our Application Support team.
  • Involved in the analysis and design of software and database solutions.
  • Tests and documents solutions as they are developed. Also assists in the integration of code units and database scripts as part of larger solutions.
  • Responsible for adhering to all departmental and team policies for design, development, testing and deployment of solutions.
  • Creates effective user manuals for developed solutions.


  • BS in Computer Science/related field or equivalent experience.
  • Minimum 5+ years of SQL Server experience.
  • SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005, Query Analyzer, Stored Procedures/Functions
  • DTS (Microsoft Integration Services)
  • Database Optimization in a Microsoft SQL Server environment.
  • Database Support in a Microsoft SQL Server environment.
  • Experience in the following languages: Microsoft VB.NET 2003, 2005, T-SQL
  • Microsoft Reporting Services
  • MS Access Conversion and Development
  • Visual Source Safe experience
  • ERP Experience preferable
  • Excellent communication skills both verbal and written.
  • Must be able to handle multiple projects and support issues simultaneously.
  • Must be flexible and able to handle changing priorities.


  • Problem Solving
  • Functional/Technical Skills
  • Intellectual Horsepower
  • Technical Learning

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Growing Miami’s Technology Hub with Education – April 28

Growing Miami’s Technology Hub with Education – April 28

Please note: This meeting has been scheduled immediately before the annual Technology Leaders of the Year awards luncheon.

Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce needs your help!

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s Technology and Education Committees conducted a survey relating to aligning technology workforce needs to curriculum needs in our community. Updated survey findings will be presented at this town hall meeting. The program also features education leadership, technology curriculum specialists, and technology CE0s/C10s, who will share in more depth the changes that are occurring in their technology curriculum in response to the workforce needs. The discussion will highlight education and internship trends.

The Greater Miami Chamber strives to highlight the success and progress made in building Miami as a technology hub.


Dr. Amir Mirmiran, Dean and Vasant H. Surti Professor, FIU Engineering and Computing


Matt Haggman, Miami Program Director, Knight Foundation

Djuradj Babic, Director, School of Engineering+Technology, Wolfson Campus, Miami Dade College

Richard Benvenuti, Executive Director, Division of Instructional Technology, Miami-Dade County Public Schools

Brian Brackeen, CEO, Kairos

Andrea Francis, Director of Operations, Accenture

Khaled “Dr. Zak” Zakaria, Director of Academic Computing, University of Miami College of Engineering

Download the official PDF: Ed Tech Event 04-28-15