JOB TITLE: Database Administrator
REPORTING: Program Director-BMIA Project
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The Bloomberg Africa Media Initiative is a multi-disciplinary program launched by Michael R. Bloomberg in 2014 to advance business journalism in Africa in order to accelerate development of a globally competitive media and financial reporting industry to improve market transparency, economic growth and governance. The initiative provides cross-disciplinary educational programs and mid-career fellowships to increase the number of highly trained business and financial journalists, and convenes media, business and technology leaders to promote interactive dialogue and build strong relationships to enhance the quality of financial coverage. The Strathmore Business School, Center for Business Journalism is serving as the Secretariat responsible for the implementation of the training program in five African countries (Ghana, Zambia, Sierra Leone, Tanzania and Cote D’ivoire).
Strathmore Business School seeks to recruit a Database Administrator. We are looking for a highly organized and efficient professional with technical experience and skills in Database Management. The Database Administrator will be responsible for designing, development and implementing databases. They will be responsible for the performance, integrity and security of the databases. They will manage the Database access by all users and work closely with the rest of the team members for the benefit of the program. Below is the full Job description and requirements
If you are interested in the position and have the skills we are looking for, we would like to hear from you.
Please forward an application letter together with a copy of your updated resume quoting ‘Database Administrator-BMIA’ to the Human Resource Manager, Strathmore Business School, to firstname.lastname@example.org by end of the day (5:30 Pm) Tuesday 22nd May 2018