Oracle Database Administrator

Company Name:
Yahoo! Inc.
Yahoo currently has an Oracle Database Administrator position available at our office in Sunnyvale, CA.Duties: Manages critical production and non production databases running on multiple Operating systems. Responsibilities include but not limited to day to day operations like backup and recovery, performance analysis, configuration and change management. Work with the development team with all new changes and data fixes. upgrade databases to a higher version and help in setting up of new databases in new locations. Pro-actively monitor and performance tune databases, as well as troubleshoot problems in a timely manner. Acts as a resource to development teams in the development, QA and launch of new products or features. Participate in and contribute substantially to capacity and configuration planning efforts. Identify the best methodologies for reengineering efforts, and implement those reengineering efforts to ensure scalability with support from peer DBAs and systems administration teams. Write PL/SQL programs to create stored procedures, triggers and schema change scripts
Requirements: Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Engineering or related technical field followed by 5 years of progressive post-baccalaureate experience in job offered or a computer-related occupation. In the alternative, employer will accept a Masters degree in Computer Science, Engineering or related technical field and 3 years of experience in job offered or a computer-related occupation. Experience must include:
- Large scale databases
- Oracle RAC
- Oracle Data guard
- Oracle Streams, Materialized Views
- Enterprise manager
- PL/SQL programming
- SQL
- Linux
- Shell scripting, Perl or Python
Any suitable combination of training, education, or experience is acceptable.
TO APPLY:
Submit your resume to the following URL: http://bit.ly/1frjjIK. Please search/reference Req ID# 1447879.

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