We are currently seeking an experienced Database Administrator who has a ‘hands-on’ approach to database engineering and administration of systems for complex and high volume data processing, using a variety ingest methods and data management techniques. Management techniques would include a variety of data types, database functionality, compliance standards and availability requirements. Mandatory current/hands-on experience with Exadata from Oracle.

   

Requirements

Clearance:  Requires a Top Secret/SCI clearance with Active Polygraph. 

 

  • Demonstrated experience in directly performing all aspects in the lifecycle of database engineering and administration, including design to meet customer needs, install, deploy, data migration, maintenance, backup/recovery, patch and upgrade.
  • Experience with database security analysis and vulnerability remediation process.
  • Experience with Oracle engineered systems such as Exadata, Big Data, MiniCluster or SuperCluster.
  • Demonstrated experience in managing database systems in conjunction with datastore systems in high availability, system redundancy environments
  • Current and practical expertise using Oracle PL/SQL, SQL, SQL*Plus and SQL Developer

 

 Desired Knowledge/ Skills:

  • Demonstrated extensive experience in database architecture, design, and processing models as well as extensive experience with data architecture, modeling, and management in a broad spectrum of data repository environments, such as data warehouse, on-line transaction processing and hybrid.
  • Experience with administration and configuration of database solutions for document and geospatial data/capabilities.
  • Prior experience supporting database systems for data collections unique to the Sponsor or the IC.
  • Experience delivering or integrating solutions using RDBMS technologies and NoSQL technologies.
  • Experience transitioning solutions from RDBMS technologies to NoSQL technologies
  • Competence writing, changing and understanding scripting in various languages such as Windows, Korn/Bash, perl, python
  • Experience transitioning into Cloud environment
  • Experience with Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM)

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensure database backups are performed and valid.
  • Perform necessary tasks required by data owners and users such as account management and data migrations.
  • Ensure various security requirements are met such as password changes and vulnerability scans.
  • Patch the engineered and OEM systems are required.
  • Monitor database performance and take corrective action if necessary.

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