The Database Technician is responsible A data technician is responsible for handling the company’s data management systems and ensuring the safety, accuracy and security of the stored information. Data technicians write data reports, retrieve necessary information, and dispose of outdated data properly according to the company’s standard operating proceedures. They also create incident reports and identify data storage solutions to prevent unauthorized access and malicious leak of confidential information. A data technician must have excellent organizational and technical skills, especially in strategizing techniques, to enhance the stability and optimization of data servers.
- Document all aspects of hardware and software related to assigned application duties
- Support implementation and maintenance of USSF quality assurance and statistical process control systems in accordance with cGMP manufacturing standard operating procedures, including configuration, bench testing, integrated script testing, report development, and report validation
- Perform Maintenace work as well as and troubleshooting, on-premises hardware and intranet connectivity, and isolating and resolving database functional problems
- Provide user assistance and appropriate user documentation
- Enter QC data as required from QC Team and assist QA in data analysis
- Ensure integrity of system database files, access privileges to CFR21Part 11 standards
- Setup entries for calibrations of equipment used for measuring and maintain database of all measuring devices
- Complete all other projects and tasks assigned by supervisor.
- A Bachelor of Science in pharmaceutics, chemistry, immunology, biochemistry, information technology or related field is preferred.
- Experience with databases setup required. Experience with Microsoft SQL server preferred.
- 0 – 2 years of experience in a industrial environment with a 4-year degree. 2-4 years of experience with a high school diploma.
Physical Demands/Working Conditions:
- This position requires operators to be able to lift 50 pounds on occasion.
- This position does not require the use and handling of chemicals or other biologically active species.