Senior DBA

Summary and Responsibilities: In this role you will be creating computerized database plans, including but not limited to base definition, structure, documentation, long-range requirements, operation guidelines and protection.  You will be responsible for ensuring the accuracy and completeness of data in master files and various support tools, such as base dictionaries. Establishing and maintaining security and integrity controls will be a requirement of this role as well as formulating and monitoring policies, procedures and standards that relate to database management. This role will also require one to propose and implement enhancements that will improve the performance and reliability of the system. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree and 4 years of related work experience or eight years related work experience post high school 3 years' experience in data warehouse, database structure development, and data mining Ability to work alternate shifts on and on call and/or rotating basis Qualifications: Golden Gate Replication Flashcopy Replication Linux and/or SUN servers Programming and shell scripting Replication and redundancy experience Expert Oracle SQL Database knowledge Expert Code Management and deployment knowledge Creating and integrating/enabling new databasesecurity protocols, recovery and optimization. Ability to create and drive a strategic direction for database management UNIX Perks & Benefits: Extensive Training and development programs   Weekly feedback meetings with supervisors  Competitive?Salary  Game room  Team building events  Every month, each of our U.S. based locations has a morale events, whether it's a monthly happy hour, pay day breakfast, or office Olympics!  Room for growth  Flexible schedule  PTO and 11 Holidays  Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance  Bonus Programs
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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