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The candidate must have a strong customer focus and possess excellent technical, listening, documentation and communication skills.
Candidate must possess the skills and ability to learn quickly, see the bigger picture from detailed facts, assimilate new concepts and think analytically.
The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and will be required to interface with application developers, managers, directors, technology and planning personnel, and business users throughout the company.
A Bachelors degree, preferably in Computer Science or related discipline is required, or equivalent experience.
A minimum of 5 years of Oracle database administration experience is required.
The candidate must be able to handle multiple assignments with changing priorities while still meeting deadlines.
The candidate must have experience administrating Oracle databases on Linux platforms.
Candidate must have in-depth knowledge of backup and recovery techniques, experience writing SQL code, performance tuning, database security, patching and planning for Disaster Recovery.
Candidate must be proficient in the use of Enterprise Manager Grid Control and have the experience writing scripts using Perl, Korn Shell and PL/SQL
Oracle DB and RAC
Storage technology and capacity planning
Experience with Data Guard standby databases
Experience managing physical and logical standby database
Experience with GoldenGate
Familiarity with Microsoft Office
The following are not required for this position but would be considered as a valuable asset in a potential candidate:
Knowledge of Advanced Metering Infrastructure applications
Linux; RAC; GoldenGate; DBA; scripting
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