What does a SQL Developer do?

SQL developers develop SQL databases and write the applications that interface with them. They often design tables, store procedures, views, and functions. The development process usually consists of design tables, storing procedures, views, and functions. They create custom reports and modify user forms to enhance organizational productivity. Sometimes they design databases and ensure their stability, reliability, and performance.

SQL developers must develop high-quality database solutions to implement and optimize with stored procedures and functions using T SQL. They review and interpret ongoing business report requirements and research the required data. They build appropriate and effective reporting deliverables with existing SQL and analyze existing SQL queries for performance improvements. They investigate exceptions concerning asset movements. SQL developers need a bachelor's degree or master's degree in computer science, engineering, a related subject, and excellent knowledge of HTML and JavaScript, T SQL programming, and transparent data encryption.

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Average Years of Experience

0 - 1
10%
2 - 4
45%
5 - 7
30%
8+
15%

Common Skill Sets

SQL Server Integration
Relational Database
SSRS Ssis
MS SQL Server
ETL
Microsoft SQL Server
Querying
Scripting

SQL Developer Seniority Levels

L2
SQL Developer
£47,671/yr
L4
Sql Developer IV
£48,395/yr
Database Developer
15% made the transition
Data Warehouse Architect
12% made the transition
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SQL Developer Salaries

Average Base Pay

£47,671 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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£25K
Median: £48K
£91K
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