SQL Server Jobs require an in-depth knowledge of relational database management system (RDBMS). SQL Server Jobs need to take care of the added features that mainly comprise of transaction control, exception and error handling, row processing, as well as declared variables. Being an impactful SQL Server Database Administrator (DBA) needs an exhaustive comprehension of SQL Server's cutting-edge capabilities and an equivalent level of technical expertise and sophistication. For SQL Server Jobs, the applicant will be accountable for the execution, configuration, upkeep, and performance of critical SQL Server RDBMS systems. Not just that, the candidate will also have to make sure of the availability and dependable performance of all the corporate applications. With solid technical skills, excellent interpersonal and communication skills will work wonders for the candidate. The aspirant will need to play a key role in the development and sustainment of the SQL Server Warehouse. Its operational readiness needs to be looked into apart from implementing data loads and performing data modelling in support of multiple development teams. The aspirant must be capable of working independently as well as in collaboration with a team. From being able to manage SQL Server databases through multiple product lifecycles, and development to mission-critical production systems to configuring and maintaining database servers and processes, the aspirant is expected to ace it all.