A database administrator is a person who designs and manages an organization’s database. A database administrator is also responsible for implementing policies that govern an organization’s access to data. I would like to be a database administrator because I have learnt how to develop and design database plans (Sumathi & Esakkirajan, 2007). This will assist me in tracking and improving the performance of the database to make sure that the organization meets its goals.
The information systems knowledge I have learnt, will not only enable me to store the necessary information about the organization but also manage it efficiently. I would also like to be a database administrator because I am familiar with most database requirements in demand through the internships that I have attended. Being a database administrator, I will be able to secure data and improve its accessibility within and outside the organization. This will assist the organization to reduce unnecessary cost thus build my public image.
I would like to be a database administrator, because I have a vast experience in query language. This will enable me to improve the employee’s access to organizational data. Besides that, I have the ability to organize work and co-coordinating workers, which are extremely significant to this field.This will lessen any pressure that may arise from disorganized work as well as coordinate all the employees under me to ensure that they work towards the organizations visions and goals (Sumathi & Esakkirajan, 2007).
I also anticipate working as a database administrator because I have excellent communication skills. Good communication is crucial in any professional environment. I will, therefore, ensure that I foster a suburb working relationship with my colleagues and as a database administrator as well. I will use these skills to set standards that will guarantee high quality results in areas of my jurisdiction. I will use my leadership skills to influence workers to work with determination by giving them incentives.