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The CGI US Tier 1 Organization is seeking a Oracle DBA with experience implementing and maintaining Oracle databases in a multi-tenant environment. Our DBA team supports a wide range of customers and varied applications.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
Oracle software listed below: managing database on all flavors of UNIX (SUN, AIX, LINUX, HP) & Wintel.
• Release 11g, 12c • RAC • Data Guard SQL Server and MySQL a plus but not required.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
• Must have production and/or development database administration experience, especially with AWS.
• Experience creating, upgrading, and administrating Oracle database servers • Ability to install, backup, restore, monitor, plan capacity, replicate, recover, tune performance, design, and troubleshoot • Experience administrating database accounts according to department security and account management policies • Experience in multi-node setup, clustering, and load balancing • Experience with Oracle tools such as Grid Control , TFA, Exachk • Experience developing scripts using SQL, automating database tasks • Installation of software in stand-alone and replicated environments • Backup technologies RMAN, Enterprise Backup for full and differential. • High-availability implementations such as RAC and AWS replication and sharing. • Task scripting, monitoring, and performance evaluation techniques. • Diagnostic testing and in-depth troubleshooting • Must be a self-starter and be able to work on multiple complex projects • Must be able to pass all required CGI background checks • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
Backup & Recovery Communication (Oral/Written) MS SQL Server Oracle
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