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ERP Database Administrator

Company Name:
Placement Services USA, Inc.
Responsible for administration of Oracle E-Business Suite release 11i, Oracle database release 10g/11g and MS SQL Server database release 2005/2008, Application servers. Responsible for cloning, performance tuning, optimization, maintenance, backup and recovery, data security, patch management and migration of all production and non-production databases and applications associated with databases. Administer and maintain applications associated with Oracle and SQL Server databases and all bolt-on (peripheral) applications associated with Oracle E-Business Suite. Provide DBA on-call support on a rotational basis with other team members. Manage and administer back-up and recovery of Oracle and SQL Server databases including disaster recovery strategies. Create new instances, refresh, and clone databases. Proactively monitor and tune the database as well as troubleshoot problems in a timely manner. Test programs, SQL/PLSQL codes or databases, correct errors, and make necessary modifications. Create users and assign appropriate access, roles and responsibilities. Monitor capacity and performance and proactively resolve issues. Write UNIX shell scripts to automate daily tasks. Ensure Oracle and SQL Server environments are up-to-date: installing, configuring, upgrading, applying patches, etc.
Five (5) years of post-graduate progressive experience in the specialty field.
Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science, Electronics Engineering, or a related Degree.
Please send us your resume via email at with reference #117472 in the subject line. Do not copy and paste your resume in the body email. Please attach it as a Word document. Thank you.

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