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Oracle Database Administrator (DBA)

  • Salary: £35000 - £45000 per day + benefits
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Swindon, Wiltshire
  • Sector: Oracle
  • Date posted: 10/11/2016
  • Job reference: J282855A6468

The Production Services Database Administration team provide the in-house third line technical support for Oracle E-business Suite R12, SSO, SOA, OBIEE, Siebel and Hyperion systems. The team also provide support to functional support, development, technical and project teams.

The systems supported include:

  • Oracle Databases in RAC and Non RAC environments
  • Oracle e-business Suite (HR, Payroll, Finance, Procurement, Projects, CRM)
  • Oracle Portal and Single Sign-on (OSSO)
  • Oracle Fusion Middleware products including BPEL
  • Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) and Oracle Business Intelligence Applications (OBIA)
  • Siebel Application
  • Hyperion Essbase Databases and Application
  • Externally Facing Website (Oracle ERP internet facing modules)
  • other related application/system infrastructure software.

Responsibilities would include:

  • Deputise for the DBA Team Manager when required
  • Ensure incoming work is properly scheduled and allocated to appropriate DBA & Sysadmin team members and all incidents and service requests allocated to the team are investigated, diagnosed and resolved within agreed SLA timeframes
  • Set targets and provide regular reports to the DBA Team Manager on performance against SLA targets
  • Oversee the monitoring of the database to ensure availability targets are achieved and recommend database tuning measures as appropriate
  • Use database management systems software and appropriate analysis tools to collect routine database performance statistics and create reports/trend analysis to management team to enable them to make informed decisions regarding resource management
  • Manage the work of the System Administrators allocated to the team ensuring that user provisioning requests are completed within agreed SLA levels and that user access auditing is carried out effectively and on time
  • Investigate, diagnose and resolve system incidents within service level agreement tolerances, using appropriate database management tools and referring to database users, other staff and suppliers as necessary

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