Ref No.: 18-01787
Start Date: 01/10/2018
My name is Ashwin and I'm a recruiter at Artech, the #1 largest women-owned IT staffing firm in the US. We are constantly on the lookout for professionals to fulfil the staffing needs of our clients, and we currently have a job opening that may interest you.  Please find below, summary of the position.
If you are currently not in the job seeking market, feel free to refer this position to someone you may know to be a fit. However, should this position be of interest to you, please send me your resume or contact me directly at 973.507.7581​  .

Position Title: Oralce DBA
Location - Multiple Location
Duration Long term

experience as a DBA supporting Oracle 10g/11g/12c RAC databases in a large-scale (20+ servers) Unix and Linux environment
•Proficiency in setting up backup and recovery strategies using RMAN and Netbackup
•Thorough knowledge of Oracle OEM, ASM, Data pump, Partitioning, Materialized views.
•Ability to proactively identify, troubleshoot and resolve live database systems issues using tools like OEM
•Solid experience in database migration from one platform to another, patching, upgrade, data loading, security, capacity planning, performance monitoring and tuning
•Ability to manage all database maintenance plan activities including backups, indexing, integrity and consistency checks, etc.
•Ability to analyze traces, debug stored procedures, triggers and packages
•Working experience of Unix and Linux operating systems
•Clear understanding of Database Architecture, Operating Systems, Client/Server Architecture, Middleware and Hardware (Servers, SAN, Network)
•Ability to collaborate effectively with other operational support teams and vendors to support the service. Team focus and customer oriented
•Demonstrate ownership and good skills on problem management, problem solving and prevention of SLA breach under Incident / Problem Management processes
· Prior working experience with AWS - any or all of EC2, S3, EBS, ELB, RDS, Dynamo DB, EMR
· Exposure to security concepts / best practices