In this role, you will design of complex databases models and creation of physical database objects from design, administering and controlling the organization's data resources, including multiple relational and non-relational db systems and servers.
In this role, you will install, monitor, and maintain PostgreSQL & MySQL software, implement monitoring and alerting, implement backup and recovery processes, provide system and SQL performance tuning and assist in business process integration with various data sources.
In this role, you will be responsible for architecture and development of: streaming & batch analytics platforms, large scale log/event data management, operational experience with NoSQL databases, and data modeling using Hadoop ecosystem.
In this role, the selected candidate will communicate effectively in both verbal (i.e. day-to-day discussions, team meetings) and written (requirements and design specifications) form, as well as have an overall ability to be clear and concise in all communications.
As an IPsoft Oracle Database Engineer, you are a client-facing, self-starter who thrives in a fast-paced, dynamic Enterprise environment. By automating the mundane chores, you are free to focus on higher-level tasks and innovations.
Identify, assess, fix, document, and communicate potential issues in the way data is stored and accessed. This will involve working closely with data & technology users to ease in organizing and querying the data. This may entail data migration operations on a live system and coordinating changes with multiple teams.
In this role, you must be experience in design of complex databases models and creation of physical database objects from design, administering and controlling the organization's data resources, including multiple relational and non-relational db systems and servers.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for the standard and design of physical data storage, maintenance, access and security administration; configure database parameters and prototype designs against logical data models, defines data repository requirements, data dictionaries and warehousing requirements.