BACKGROUND: The NWIRC is a non-profit management consultancy of the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development that assists in the health and vitality of manufacturing businesses in Northwest Pennsylvania. Our client, Industrial Sales & Manufacturing, ISM (www.ismerie.com), is a one-stop shop for major contract manufacturing processes, including machining, fabrication, assembly, testing, and finishing. ISM’s products are found in such diverse applications as transportation, mining, agriculture, recreation, medical devices, renewable energy and many more. This growing manufacturer seeks an experienced database administrator to lead, manage and recommend direction within the organization for all things related to the ERP and related IT systems.
OBJECTIVES: The qualified candidate(s) will utilize their exceptional database design, maintenance and continuous improvement skills to lead the MS SQL database development, architecture, and operations that are responsible for setting the database strategy and to ensure a seamless flow of information throughout the company. Specifically, the successful candidate will, at a minimum:
- Understand and become the “in-house expert” in the ERP system and related technologies within the organization
- Coordinate, support, implement and help administrate all application related processes and systems related to the ERP system and third-party peripherals.
- Work with department managers and company leadership to establish ERP project priorities and objectives, training programs, additional module implementation and the like for the ERP and related systems
- Coordinate, schedule, manage and report progress for all ERP related projects
REQUIREMENTS: Candidates are required to have a bachelor’s degree in Database Administration, Systems Administration, Programming, or similar IT systems field of study and have a minimum of three (3) years’ experience with MS SQL and a manufacturing ERP system, Epicor is preferred.
Additionally, the ideal candidate shall have prior experience with C# programming language and be a quick-learning problem solver with a willingness to take initiative and have great attention to detail.
CONTACT: Qualified candidates are to send their resume and an introductory email highlighting relevant coursework and experience for the position by September 13, 2020 to: Mr. Michael Griffith, NWIRC Operations Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please direct all inquiries about this opportunity, including requesting a detailed description of essential job function, to the same.