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    Database Administrator Job Details

    Database Administrator anzsco 262111 plans, develops, configures, implements and supports the organization’s database management system in compliance with customer needs, maintaining maximum database integrity, privacy, replication, reliability and performance.

    Skill Requirement

    Skill Level: Level 1 or Equivalent

    Skills Assessment Authority: ACS (Australian Computer Society)

    Alternative Titles: 

    1. Database Operator

    2. Database Specialist

    3. Database Support

    4. DBA

    Specialization:  Database Analyst

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    Visa Provision

    Candidates for Database Administrator can apply for Skilled Nominated 190 visa or Skilled Regional Nominated 489 visa that features the Short-term skilled occupation (STSOL) list. If you are working in this occupation and you want to qualify for a General Skilled Migration visa, you would be forced to apply for a state appointment in order to travel to Australia.

    Although this occupation is listed on the STSOL, there is also a chance that no country actually has a market for people in that profession. The online assessment only lists occupations that are actually being requested by a state or territory in Australia, so if the occupation does not appear on the online assessment, you can consider finding an employer sponsor in Australia.

    Unit Group: 2621 Database and Systems Administrators, and ICT Security Specialist

    Occupations in this Category

    1. 262111 Database Administrator

    2. 262112 ICT Security Specialist

    3. 262113 Systems Administrator

    Skill Requirement

    Most of the occupations in this unit group have a skill level that is commensurate with a bachelor’s degree or higher qualification. A formal qualification may be substituted for at least five years of relevant experience and/or vendor certification. In some cases, in addition to the formal qualification, relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may be required (ANZSCO Skill Level 1).

    What do Database Administrators do?

    Database Administrators handle and operate database structures. ICT units aid in the study of data objects and their relationship to other data objects. The Database Administrator shall create a computational model of how data objects connect to each other.


    1. Developing and managing database infrastructure, data structures, tables, dictionaries and naming conventions to ensure the consistency and completeness of all master data files. 

    2. Operational establishment and preventive maintenance of copies, recovery protocols and implementation of confidentiality and reputation controls 

    3. Implementation and management of database documentation, protocols, policies and procedures

    4. Testing database systems and improvements, such as debugging, recording, replication, logging and fixing all detected bugs, according to authorized standard testing scripts, procedures and processes. 

    5. Responsibility for operations, protocols and organizational control related to system security and disaster recovery planning 

    6. Liaising with security vendors, manufacturers, equipment providers and external resources; reviewing, recommending, deploying and managing information security applications; and tracking contractual commitments, performance and service level agreements

    7. Troubleshooting and delivering service assistance for the detection, resolution and restoration of server-related hardware and software malfunctions, including workstations and networking networks 

    8. Preparing and managing documents, policies and orders, and documenting and describing operating processes and system logs

    9. Ensure that the architecture of computer sites requires all parts to come together and function correctly, and track and change the performance of networks; 

    10. Continuously survey the existing computer site to identify potential network demands and to make suggestions for progress in the deployment of future servers and networks.

    English Requirement

    1. IELTS score of minimum 6  (L, R, W), 7 in speaking and 7 overall;

    2. OET score with a minimum grade B in all sections;

    3. TOEFL iBT with a minimum score (L:12, R:13, W:21, S:23 and overall L93);

    4. PTE Academic with a minimum score of 50 (L, R, W), 65 in speaking and 65 overall


    • In some states/territories, Australian Graduate exceptions exist.

    • Priority Skilled Lists can apply a specific requirement in some states/territories.

    • Countries excluded from submitting IELTS or OET shall include the United Kingdom; Canada; New Zealand; the United States; and Ireland.

      Where compulsory licensing or registration is required you must demonstrate a level of English that is either adequate to satisfy the licensing/registration criteria or a minimum IELTS or equivalent level, whichever is higher.

    1. Algorithm design and development

    2. Compilers – (Compiler Construction, Compiler Theory)

    3. Data structures

    4. Formal languages – (Formal Methods, Functional Programming)

    5. Object-Oriented Programming

    6. Operating systems – (Unix,   Linux, Xenix, Network OS)

    7. Programming – (C, C++,     Objective C, Visual C, Basic, Visual Basic, Java, Assembler, Cobol, Pascal, PL/1, Fortran, PHP, Pearl, AS3, FoxPro, and similar)

    8. Software Engineering

    9. Testing strategies and methods – (Software Testing)

    1. Artificial intelligence

    2. Automata theory

    3. Business Information Systems

    4. Computer Science

    5. Critical Path Method

    6. Database design or Database implementation

    7. Database Management Systems – (Relational Database, Object Oriented Database, RDBMS)

    8. Expert Systems

    9. File Processing

    10. Human-Computer Interaction

    11. Information Systems

    12. Introduction to ICT – (Introduction to Computer Science, Computer Theory, Introduction to Business Computing, Computer Science I)

    13. Introduction to Information Systems

    14. Information Systems

    15. Object-Oriented System Design

    16. Object-Oriented Systems Analysis

    17. Object-oriented technologies

    18. Project Management

    19. Quality management – (Quality Assurance, Software Quality)

    20. Requirements gathering

    21. Software validation – (Software Testing)
    Structure of languages

    22. Systems Analysis or System Design

    23. Systems Programming

    24. User Requirements Definition

    25. Web Engineering – (Web Design, Internet Engineering)

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