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Need a talented SQL developer mastering sequel programming and efficient databases? DistantJob can hire the best SQL developer for you – only certified, fluent in English, and skilled developers. In less than two weeks, you will interview vetted and handpicked candidates ready to work according to your time zones and boost your business with their SQL experience.

    Why Trust DistantJob to find you Skilled SQL Developers?

    1. We focus on helping companies hire remote developers: DistantJob handles your hiring challenges by matching your company with vetted senior-level SQL developers
    2. We are pocket-friendly; we tap into local markets with lower salary inflation without affecting quality. Your new SQL  developer will get paid above their local average while you save money.
    3. You’ll be hiring fully committed remote employees with verified skills, working in your time zone

    Hire SQL Developers in Just 3 Easy Steps with Us

    As a leading remote IT recruitment agency, we care that our clients take part throughout the hiring process. Why? Because for us, hiring a qualified candidate is not only about the skills and abilities, but it’s also about how candidates match with your company’s culture.

    1.Culture-first Recruiting:

    As soon as you talk with us or fill our form, the first thing we do is analyze your company. We set up a call with you to understand your culture and the type of people you value working with.

    2.The headhunting process begins:

    We reach out to hundreds of candidates that we think might be a possible match for you. In 2 weeks, you’ll start reviewing people that match your requirements. We focus on providing you 3-5 top candidates instead of giving you an endless list.

    3.Contracts, payments, documentation, security - we take care of everything:

    Once you select the candidate, we handle all the contracts and payments from day 1. We also take the legal steps required to protect your IP.
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    How to Hire A SQL Developer at a Fraction of the Usual Cost?

    In short, SQL developers are cloud engineer experts dealing with databases, and you need to hire the best to efficiently maintain and manage your company’s data. How to hire the best SQL Developer while reducing your company expenses? Our solution is with a remote full-time contract for two simple reasons.

    First, remote hiring allows our recruitment team to target specific geographical areas with a lower living cost, vetting candidates through the level of expertise, fluency in English, and time zone convenience. Second, a full-time contract allows finding better work arrangements respecting local labor law and tax arrangements. You can hire a senior SQL developer based in countries with lower living costs, offering a competitive salary while reducing your hiring expenses.

    In addition, a full-time position will reduce your company costs in the long run. A SQL Developer manages and maintains a company’s database, one of the most critical positions to ensure the best performance of your software project. For this reason, a full-time remote contract is one of the most suitable options to ensure the project’s continuity and team productivity in the long run.

    Here is what you need to know to hire a SQL developer:

    What To Remember Before Making SQL Server Interview Questions

    Functions in SQL allow developers to interact and extract information from a database via interfaces. The software automates basic operations such as building databases, tables, extracting, editing, or deleting unneeded data.

    Based on the business’ needs, a SQL developer can work with one of the following platforms:

    • Oracle
    • MySQL
    • Microsoft SQL Server
    • PostgreSQL
    • SQLite
    • T-SQL

    How To Evaluate Technical Skills to Hire a SQL Developer

    A certified SQL developer masters the following abilities:

    • SQL Technical Background
    • SQL Version Knowledge (ex: SQL windows functions to execute complex reports faster).
    • Database Awareness
    • Error Identification

    In addition, consider that this type of role oversees the whole development process, interacting with front-end programmers, UX designers, marketing and sales department, and clients. When you hire a SQL developer, you should consider communication, time management, and collaboration skills.

    SQL Server Interview Questions Samples:
    1. What is the difference between DELETE and TRUNCATE statements?
    2. How do you define table and field in SQL?
    3. Could you list different SQL subsets?
    4. What are SQL joins?
    5. What are Constraints?

    What is SQL?

    According to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), SQL (Structured Query Language) is the standard language to manage relational database systems.

    A SQL developer creates, maintains, and troubleshoots a database via interface. Using SQL programs like SQL window functions, sequel programming, an experienced developer handles complex SQL queries and relational database management systems. The most popular are:

    The most popular are:

    • Oracle
    • Sybase
    • Microsoft SQL Server
    • Access
    • Ingres

    1. Procedures

    • Analysis of complex business requirements.
    • Creating and modifying complex stored procedures.
    • Logic implementation with front-end developers for faster retrieval of data.
    • Data retrieval and manipulation via Views, Procedures, Triggers, and Cursors.
    • Implementation integrity constraints, written triggers, and stored procedures for offloading middle-tier transactions.
    • Query analyzer and tuned queries to monitor and improve the database performance.

    2. Database

    • Database activities: data modeling, database design, data analysis, validation, and consistency check.
    • Regular database reviews to identify performance problems, inadequate programming, and data duplication issues.
    • Develop 3-layered WCF architecture to separate business logic, database operations, and interfaces.
    • Design database schema objects.
    • Data Modeling projects with Toad Data Modeler and Logical & Physical Database.

    3. SQL

    • Performance monitor counters to monitor SQL Server environment.
    • SQL Development performance for software customization requests.
    • Tested Performance Accuracy related queries under SQL Server.
    • SSIS packages with error handling and package logging design to store logging results in SQL table and flat files.

    4. T-SQL

    • Optimization query performance in T-SQL queries, such as removing unnecessary columns, eliminating redundant and inconsistent data, normalizing.
    • SSIS and T-SQL to design databases and develop subsequent reconciliation processes.
    • T-SQL query for statistical analysis and report.
    • T-SQL to develop stored procedures/packages meeting the business requirements.
    • T-SQL scripts generation for application development.

    5. Ssrs

    • Clustered and Non-Clustered Indexes to improve query performance and generate efficient SSRS reports.
    • SSRS dashboards developed with complicated algorithms and security models.
    • SSRS to display and glean report insights and relevant organizational information.
    • Installation, configuration, and integration of intranet reporting solutions.
    • Various operational reports.

    6. ETL

    • ETL architecture to improve the data warehouse performance with query manager and optimizer.
    • Functionality testing on email notification on ETL job failures.
    • ETL data integrity issues investigation for business intelligence reporting.
    • Development of SSIS packages for ETL from OLTP and various sources to Data warehouse.

    7. Business Process

    • Data analysis for effective and strategic business solutions.
    • Multiple business process alerts are designed to determine the bottleneck and process’s issues.
    • Stored procedures and triggers to implement business processes/rules.
    • Customer implementation and business processes.

    8. Ssis

    • SSIS packages to move data from the production environment.
    • Deployment of SSIS packages into different environments using configurations.
    • SSIS transformations for data cleansing to remove unnecessary columns, eliminate redundant and inconsistent data.
    • SSIS Designer to export heterogeneous data from OLE DB Source, Excel Spreadsheet to SQL Server 2012.

    9. Javascript

    • JavaScript Methods for front-end custom/form/user data validations.
    • Client-Side Validations.
    • UI development with JavaScript, JSP, HTML, and CSS for interactive cross-browser functionality and user-friendly interface.
    • User Menu’s and Help Tool Tip with ASP.NET Menu Control, CSS, and JavaScript.
    • Integration JavaScript and SQL to automate software processes and improve performance.

    10. Java

    • Java Mail notification mechanism for customers’ confirmation emails about scheduled payments.
    • XML documents.
    • Java API Service.
    • IVR API Service Application.
    • Drop Wizard Java Service Framework.

    11. Data Analysis

    • Data analysis on structured and unstructured data sets to identify normalization for transformation into a data warehouse.
    • Data analysis report to cross-functional Engineering/Support teams.
    • SAS Graphical reports to show Trend Analysis charts and performed data analysis on interactive dashboards with Tableau.
    • Management experience to provide data analysis.

    12. BI

    • Analysis and evaluation of relational database management systems, utilities and tools.
    • Self-service business intelligence implementation with Microsoft Power BI.
    • Table relationships evaluation to determine best query design and performance tuning.
    • SSIS package to extract data from Excel, Flat file, and Oracle.

    13. Complex Queries

    • Complex queries to perform various database maintenance operations.
    • Query performance acceleration techniques including aggregations, caching and indexing to retrieve data faster.
    • Database optimization and index.

    14. Data Warehouse

    • Development and production of operational and Data Warehouse Databases.
    • Test and maintenance of financial projects with web services, client/server, data warehouse applications, and banking protocols.
    • Optimization of Stored Procedures, Views, and User-Defined Functions.
    • OLAP cubes.

    In the US, the average salary to hire a Senior SQL Developer is $105.000/year. Talent.com indicates $117,500/year, Indeed 97,567/year, and Ziprecruiter $111829 /year. However, the annual salary depends on the geographical area, skill set, work arrangement, and year of experience.

    If you recruit in different places outside the US, you can find talented and experienced candidates at affordable costs. In some countries, the living costs are lower. You can offer a convenient contract for a full-time remote position, ensuring a talented addition to your team and reducing your turnover rate. Here is an overview of the Annual salary for JavaScript developers outside the US:

    • Latin America: $74/year (Daxx)
    • Eastern Europe: $53/ year (Daax, Ukraina)
    • Asia: $74/year (Glassdoor, India)

    Advantages of Hiring an SQL Developer for Your Business

    Database

    High-performance database solutions

    T-SQL

    T-SQL to develop, execute, and optimize functions and procedures

    Database procedures

    Database procedures (backup, recovery, migration, and upgrade, data synchronization, and others)

    Security

    Report on database’s performance and security

    Reports

    Regular software documentation and management reports

    Data analysis

    Ever-evolving data analysis

    Queries

    New queries

    References

    Point of reference between stakeholders and dev team members

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