How to find an Access DBA

How can I find an Access DBA that can manage and fix a fairly complicated Access database? I am an IT guy and my company has a complicated Access DB that has grown over the years. I need to find someone with the skills to resolve problems with the Access database if they occur in the future. Any ideas on finding someone or some company that could support a complicated Access database? This database has been fully customized to meet their needs and I have no idea how to begin supporting it.

Go to UtterAccess and post in the Job or Project Postings sections.  If you have an account, there, it's free, click this link...

 

http://www.utteraccess.com/forum/Job-Project-Postings-f26.html

 

It's also going to help to post where you are because I am assuming you want someone local, though most developers can work from anywhere.

Gina Whipp
Microsoft MVP (Access 2010-2015)
https://www.access-diva.com/tips.html

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I would be asking for an Access Developer, not DBA. DBA is a term associated with people who manage large enterprise level data stores like Oracle, SQL Server, etc. People who work with Access are generally referred to as developers.

 

But I agree with Gina that the job posting forum at UA is probably the best place to search. Depending on your needs, you may or may not need someone local. I know many people (including myself) who develop and support clients from all over the world. 

Hope this helps,
Scott<>
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Microsoft Access MVP since 2007

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