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SQL-Server DBA-Full Time, Permanent, National Institutes of Health

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I am a technical recruiter for Management Systems Designers Inc (MSD).
I am very interested in sharing our scientific computing needs with

MSD is an employee-owned government contractor of over 600
professionals who support the diverse technical, scientific, and
administrative needs of the Federal government. We are currently
searching for an experienced Web Developer to support one of our
clients at the National Institutes of Health. This opportunity is
permanent, full-time, and on site in Bethesda/Rockville, MD.

Successful applicants will provide scientific computing support for
national and international research and development projects in
Bioinformatics, Genomics, and Proteomics at the US National Institutes
of Health. Our clients produce some of the largest and most rapidly
growing repositories of public biomedical data and analysis tools in
the world.

We are looking for a SQL-Server DBA. This Institute continues to add
SQL Servers at an alarming rate. In addition, competence in other SQL
databases, such as MySQL and Sybase is a plus, whether on Windows, Unix
or Linux. And competence with other aspects of Windows server system
administration outside of SQL Server is also a plus.

For More information, please contact me:

Monica Lyerly
Technical Recruiter

Please visit our website at

*Out of state candidates WILL be considered. MSD can provide

Please note that MSD is a government contractor. We have just won
another 5 year contract with this particular institute, adding to our
25 year history with the National Insititutes of Health. The position
would be as an MSD employee, salaried, full benefits, including a total
of 5 weeks vacation.

Nov 23 '05 #1
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