CO-OP Financial Services provides technically superior products and services to financial institutions across the nation. We are seeking a talented Database Administrator I to be responsible for developing, testing, maintaining and supporting company databases.
Beginning analytical, design and problem-solving skills at multi-product/multi-environment level to troubleshoot system defects and mitigate the issues they cause.
Beginning skills in research and analysis, project planning and implementation. Understanding and awareness of business issues as they impact overall project plans.
Good verbal and written communications skills, with an ability to express and document complex technical concepts in business terms. Person must be able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing with technical staff, non-technical staff, end-users for requirements gathering, testing, training, and outcome validation.
Good team-oriented interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work effectively in a cross-functional project team environment.
Fundamental understanding of concepts of project planning and project management techniques to assist in small projects and/or group initiatives.
If you are highly motivated, team oriented, and would enjoy the diversity of challenges and opportunities, please submit your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements.
CO-OP Financial Services is the technology engine that provides access and convenience for credit unions. With over 30 years of credit union service, CO-OP connects credit union members to their accounts through Debit, Credit, ATM, Shared Branching, Member Interaction Services, Mobile, Virtual, and Bill Pay services. CO-OP serves a total of 3,500 member credit unions, 30 million cardholders, 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs, and more than 5,000 shared branches (with 2,000 self-service locations). Handling three billion-plus annual transactions, CO-OP is the nation’s largest credit union service organization—offering resources that enable deeper member engagement to help credit unions prosper.