The agile US IT Delivery squad is a team of focused infrastructure specialists who collaborate to solve critical problems quickly and effectively. We are searching for an experienced DBA with a self-starter attitude, strong advanced database admin skills, significant Oracle and some MSSQL Server experience, cloud base deployment experience as well a passion for modernization and automation. The role will focus on delivering business driven change across the * application portfolio, assisting projects at both design and implementation phases, and providing advice and consultancy to the business on database related challenges. Additionally, the role requires supporting the existing database estate across all environments within *. If you're looking to use your expertize to thrive in an open collaborative environment and get you excited about building an elite IT solution - please apply now.
Technical Skills and Experience
- Strong design, implementation and administration of Oracle Databases, version 11 and onwards.
- Experience and knowledge administering Oracle database on the Linux operating system, (Red Hat 7 in this case)
- Validated design, implementation and administration knowledge of Oracle Data Guard and theoretical knowledge of other HA solutions
- Strong trouble shooting, performance tuning, SQL tuning, experience with tkprof and AWR reports.
- Design, implementation and administration knowledge of MSSQL Server from 2008R2 onwards (desirable but not essential)
- Experience of working in large environments supporting applications through various stages of the product development life cycle
- Experience of operating at a project technical lead level, helping to co-ordinate other technical resources assigned to a project
- Experience of database migrations and implementations in the Cloud, including Oracle technologies (desirable but not essential)
- Good general infrastructure support knowledge and know how (desirable but not essential)
- Cloud exposure for example Azure Data Factory, HDInsight, Data Lakes and Data virtualisation (desirable but not essential)