In this role, you will confer with users, gain an understanding of information needs, study systems flow, data usage, and work processes, and investigate problem areas. Improve operations by conducting systems analysis and recommending changes in policies and procedures.
The Database Administration Manager will join the existing team of experienced DBAs who are responsible for the support of a number of databases, principally on Oracle and SQL Server platforms, on Linux/Windows, in addition, a small number of IBM DB2 databases.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for database administration, Unix-based database shell scripting, SQL and PL/SQL script creation and modifications, data validation and analysis, and report generation.
In this role, the selected candidate designs logical and physical databases reviews description of changes to database design to understand how changes to be made affect physical data base (how data is stored in terms of physical characteristics, such as location, amount of space, and access method).
In this role, you will design, create, and maintain databases in a client/server environment, conducts quality control and auditing of databases in a client / server environment to ensure accurate and appropriate use of data.
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The Database Administrator administers Oracle and SQL Server databases and Client's servers. The position also requires the ability to support software applications that interface with Oracle and SQL Server databases.