Work Location : Canberra,Australia
- Assist in developing future DBA architectural directions and consolidation of infrastructure, high availability and DR solutions;
- Undertake daily administration, including monitoring system performance, ensuring successful backups;
- Create, maintain and manage databases with respect to security, backup/recovery, monitoring;
- Ensure databases and systems are available & reliable so they meet SLA’s;
- Develop, document and maintain database housekeeping scripts;
- Resolve issues and problems related to the databases such as performance tuning, backup & recovery and setting up the database environments for System Development Life Cycle (SDLC);
- Analyse, test and promote changes to the environments following SDLC;
- Install, configure, migrate, upgrade and testing software, patches and tools;
- Provide specialist technical advise to users and assist the developers in database design, optimising the database and SQL statements to maintain acceptable database performance;
- Monitor, report and plan database capacity;
- Establish documented standards and best practices for database administration;
- Maintain the existing documentation and create new ones;
- Lead in solving database problems (such as performance tuning, backup, recovery and setting up environments).
Preferred Qualifications, skills and experience:
- DB2 UDB DBA skills (current with 9.1, 9.5, 9.7 & 10.0);
- Familiar with High Availability technologies;
- Hands on experience with sun Solaris, windows and AIX operating systems;
- Good Unix and Perl scripting skills;
- Understanding of communications in relation to database administration;
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
- Preferred IT degree or relevant experience;
- At least 8 years IT experience and 4 years of db2 database experience.
This is a remarkable opportunity with superior challenges & career growth.
If this interests you, Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org to initiate the process.
We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.