The Technology department is responsible for developing technology solutions that contribute to the achievement of BCI’s mission and long-term goals.
The department manages the Corporation’s business applications and information technology infrastructure, providing support to a large group of financial professionals.
The department is also responsible for authoring technology-related directives and conducting disaster recovery planning to minimize risk to the Corporation’s delivery of investment services.
Reporting to the Manager, Environment Management & DBA Services, the Database Administrator assists in managing BCI’s database systems including maintenance support for various databases in multiple environments, the development of database scripts, and ongoing monitoring of databases to ensure the highest level of database availability and reliability.
S / he will work closely with Senior DBAs, business users and other IT teams to assist others with their database requests, applying database patches, providing first level support for troubleshooting database issues, and supporting the deployment of database changes.
The position can be based in either Vancouver or Victoria with travel between the two cities.
Organizing & Planning
Effective performers have strong organizing and planning skills that allow them to be highly productive and efficient. They manage their time wisely and effectively prioritize multiple competing tasks.
They follow through on tasks to ensure changes in technology are communicated effectively.
Effective performers are able to identify problems, solve them, act decisively and show good judgment. They isolate causes from symptoms and compile information and alternatives to illuminate problems and issues.
They involve others as appropriate and gather information from a variety of sources. They find a balance between studying the problem and solving it.
Establishes and proactively maintains a broad network of relationships (e.g. colleagues, co-workers, vendors, suppliers, etc.
They value these relationships and work effectively across the organization by maintaining positive working relationships with peers and others.
Effective performers clearly and articulately convey technical and other information both orally and in writing to others in a manner appropriate to the listener.
They write clearly, accurately and concisely, composing project, technical and other required documentation as required.
Effective performers maintain appropriate focus on outcomes and accomplishments. They are motivated by achievement and persist until the goal is reached.
They convey a sense of urgency to make things happen. They respect the need to balance short- and long-term goals. They are driven by a need for closure.