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Feb 202018
 

A major telecom provider 

I am looking for an Oracle Administrator with knowledge of Oracle Installations and Oracle Operation.

Your job purpose
■ Deployment of new Oracle Systems (, ) and Oracle Databases
■ Develop and implement Oracle database related solutions
■ Oracle Database Administration and Migrations
■ Oracle Setup and administration
■ Guide/Support Junior DBAs in Management ̈
■ Performance-analysis, – and problem monitoring
■ Keeping the Patch-Level of Databases, Oracle- Cluster ware and Database Machines up to date.
■ Maintain the availability of our database HA solutions in Dataguard and RAC configurations
■ backup/recovery configuration

The requirements:
■ At least 5 years’ experience in Oracle Database administration and –tuning
■ Good Understanding of Network technology
■ Expert skills in several of these technologies: Oracle RAC, Data Guard, Golden Gate, RMAN, OEM
■ Work-experience with Oracle ODA Installations and Oracle Exadata Operation
■ Good communication and documentation skills
■ Customer Orientation, capability of working independently and flexibility
■ English is a Must, Dutch is an asset

Duration: 29 Juni 2018, with an option to extend.
Location:  Amsterdam
Deadline receiving resumes (in word format): Wednesday 21 February 10.00 
Working hours:  40 hours

Match criteria: Telecom, 40 hours, Prov. North Holland, Non

Company name: Stepstone NL

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