I have experience in Developing & Managing Databases
Where I Want To Live is a new national Charity that has been established to promote the vision of a country where all adults with learning disabilities have choice about where and how they want to live.
Legislation says that adults with learning disabilities should have choice and control over their lives and we believe this should be so.
There is much evidence to suggest that this is not the case and we aim to provide resources and support to educate young adults and their support networks so that positive social change takes place, with choice and control becoming a reality.
We will empower young people with learning disabilities by providing information and options on where and how they might live in their adult lives.
A key objective of the Charity is to be the first point of call for young adults with learning disabilities, or their guardians, when needing information to help them decide how and where they want to live. Once the decision is taken, we also want to be able to find the most suitable options to satisfy their desired requirements.
Accordingly, a lot of data will need to be collected and stored securely in an easily accessible format. This database will then have to be maintained and kept up to date and secure at all times.
Therefore, we would love to hear from you if you have the experience and knowledge of:
- Designing and developing database architectures
- Relational and dimensional data modelling
- Setting and maintaining database standards
- Managing database access
- creating tools and systems for efficient access to the stored data
- Installing, upgrading, and managing database applications
- Database security, backup and recovery
- Developing process for optimising database security