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Database Programmer (SAP IV)
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The database programmer is a key member of the team that supports the relational databases at SCHARP. The database programmer is responsible for developing, implementing and tuning data models based on SCHARP's business requirements and writing code to allow easy access to this data. S/he is also responsible for developing strategies for data synchronization, integrity and standardization, and for serving as a backup database administrator.
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