Careers in Cloud and Database Technology

Senior Oracle Applications Database Administrator

Position Responsibilities

  •   Monitoring and assessing client system behaviour and status, identifying, planning and implementing improvements
  •   Ensure the availability and performance of databases supported by the team
  •   Ensure services are secure with minimal downtime
  •   Provide proactive monitoring of database system
  •   Provide customer health checks as required
  •   Take on New Technologies as the Company requires
  •   Be a Techical Escalation point for more Junior members of the team
  •   Drive Automation and application of Standards to reduce the volume of incidents

Required Experience and Skills

  •   5-9 years plus experience in Enterprise level Oracle Database and EBS Administration
  •   Proven track record providing production support including monitoring and tuning
  •   Excellent interpersonal skills
  •   Working experience in supporting EBS across versions 11i to R12.2
  •   Working experience in cloning methodologies
  •   Working experience in patching and maintaining the EBS technology stack components – iAS, Weblogic, Forms and Reports
  •   Experience of Oracle RAC, Oracle CRS
  •   Experience of Oracle Dataguard
  •   Experience of Oracle Performance Tuning
  •   Experience in installing, upgrading and patching of all Oracle RDBMS Versions to 12

Desired Experience and Skills

  •   Experience of supporting Oracle Fusion Middleware products such as SOA, OID, OAM
  •   Experiece of installing and supporting OCI/AWS Cloud Solutions
  •   ITIL Foundation Certification
  •   Proficiency with Unix/Linux and Windows operating systems to a level below a dedicated Systems Administrator

This role may require access to customer environments as a means of providing the necessary support to resolve an issue or inquiries into performance-related issues, or for periodic maintenance and management of the systems. In some instances, these environments may contain personally identifiable information (PII) (e.g. HIPAA-related personal health information — PHI) and payment card information (PCI). Personnel are expected to adhere to the highest standards of ethics and professionalism in protecting PII.

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