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Oracle DBA [4.5-10 yrs] for IBM

Posted by Pavan DBA on February 13, 2012


Experience required for the Job: 4.5 – 10 years
Job Location: Bengaluru/Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad
Dear Candidate,
Looking for Oracle Database Administrators

Required Tech Skills
Basic SQL and PL/SQL knowledge ,Excellent in Oracle RDBMS architecture concepts
Usage of data dictionary views , Expert in database administration (undo, redo, space, memory management) , Expert in install, upgrade and patching , Expert in database performance tuning , Expert in troubleshooting issues , Advanced Backup and recovery using RMAN , Preparing and reviewing complex change plans , Expert in database performance tuning , Good knowledge of Unix and shell scripting , Expertise in administering RAC/ASM OR Dataguard , Handling database Corruption issues
14.Implementing Best practices Performing technical deep dives

General Requirements :
RCA preparation , Mentoring and upskilling DBAs , Contributing in technical initiatives

Desirable:
Oracle Certification (OCM, OCE) , Working Knowledge of 11g , Use of problem and change management tools , Installing, Configuring and troubleshooting RAC, Dataguard, Replication
The position is based out of Bangalore:
Current CTC:
Expected CTC:
Joining period:

Please reply back with these details. these are essential for processing
your profile for this requirement.
Thanks & Regards,
Lakshmi TS – lakshsri@in.ibm.com
HR Integrated Services Team (IST) – Recruitment
IBM – India Pvt Ltd, EGL D
Block koramangala-Indiranagar
Ring Road, Bangalore-560034,
India

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