- Provides database and database application support to production and development environments at Tier 2 and Tier 3 levels.
- Provides Oracle, MySQL, and SQL Server Database and Application Server administration.
- Typical tasks include database and application troubleshooting, installation, configuration and performance tuning, development support, scripting (to include PL/SQL procedures, triggers, functions and shell scripting), and producing systems documentation.
- Assists the team with all duties related to on-going operation of the Oracle/MySQL/SQL Server infrastructure.
- 6 years experience working as a Database Administrator
- A minimum of ten (6) years database administration experience is required
- Candidates should have experience administering databases, data warehouses and multidimensional database in a Virtualized Network Appliance environment.
- Must have demonstrated experience in administering databases, data warehouses and multidimensional database in a Virtualized Network Appliance environment
- Must have demonstrated experience in administering Oracle Databases in Real Applications Cluster environment.
- Experience in supporting development efforts in all phases of the development life cycle is required
- Experience with the following: Oracle Core Technologies, App Servers (WebLogic, Apache Tomcat, Jboss), NetApp Snap Mgr for Oracle, MS SQL Server, Oracle MySQL, Oracle Recovery Manager, Oracle Enterprise Manager, Oracle Grid control, Oracle Identity Management, Oracle Streams, Oracle Replication, Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC), Oracle Data Guard, Oracle partitioning, Oracle Label Security, Oracle spatial, Data modeling, PL/SQL stored procedure development Shell Scripting, JAVA, JDeveloper/SQL Developer
At least one of the following Certifications are required (Availible Upon Request):
- Oracle Database certification
- Oracle Middleware certification
- Oracle Applications certification
- Oracle Server and Storage Systems certification
Clearance Requirement- TS/SCI with a Full Scope Polygraph