The Database Administrator coordinates AACTE’s use of Impexium Association Management Software (AMS). This position assures data integrity and provides regular and ad hoc reporting to support membership, marketing/communications, programs and events, and accounting activities; and creates best practices, SOPs, and basic staff training for database users across the organization. The Database Administrator also provides backup customer service support to the membership and events department by responding to emails and phone calls and working at the Annual Meeting.
VALUES & COMPETENCIES
The Database Administrator is expected to accomplish their work in accordance with AACTE’s core values as follows:
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Quality & Impact
Inquiry & Innovation
Up to 25% travel will be required, typically to the National Office in Washington, DC, Board of Director meetings, or conference locations.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
When in the national office, working conditions are characteristic of an office setting. Work is performed in an area that is adequately lighted and ventilated. When working remote, staff must adhere to guidelines set forth in the AACTE Remote Work Policy. Physical demands required to perform work include walking, standing, bending, and carrying of light items.
COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
Base pay for this position is $59,000 – $79,000, DOQ plus a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life, short-term disability, and long-term disability insurance coverages, as well as generous leave time; and 403b and/Roth IRA retirement plans with employer match after 6 months.
ABOUT THIS JOB DESCRIPTION
At AACTE we expect job descriptions do not limit employees, but rather encourage them to stretch their experience, adapt to change, grow their skills, and develop their ability to contribute to the mission of AACTE. Thus, while this document provides a general overview of the expectations, duties and responsibilities of this position as of the date on the first page, the incumbent can expect to review it with their Supervisor during the annual performance review meeting to ensure that it is updated appropriately as business needs shift and evolve.
Equal Opportunity Employer
AACTE is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits against harassment of any applicant or employee because of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, veteran status or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal or state law. AACTE allows for reasonable accommodations that enable an individual with a disability to participate in the application process, to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of a job, and to enjoy equal benefits and privileges of employment that are available to individuals without disabilities.