Do you enjoy being challenged with complex projects? Are you looking for a great work/life balance? Do you consider yourself the best of the best? Triple-I Corp. is actively searching to add to our client's project teams. We are looking for a skilled technologist that are ready to work amongst one of the best teams in Kansas City as a full-time contract employee with excellent benefits, competitive compensation and with great work life balance.
*U.S. Citizens and all those authorized to work for any employer in the U.S. are encouraged to apply. We are unable to provide sponsorship at this time.
The requirements below are not intended to meet the needs of every project we have to offer, however if you meet these minimum requirements most likely we will have a great starting point towards an initial discussion.
- Supports the highest levels of problem escalation.
- Participates in system architecture design activities, including the creation, management and implementation of multi-office project plans of high complexity of both waterfall and agile types.
- Writes highly technical SQL and shell scripts.
- Analyzes and provides guidance to tune application performance by optimizing database objects.
- Troubleshoots and provides technical solutions to database issues.
- Assists less experienced staff with problem resolution and application of fixes in Oracle systems.
- Creates and manages database related reports.
- Minimum two to four years of experience as an Oracle DBA.
- Minimum three to five years of experience as a Database Administrator or Lead Database Administrator as well as some experience as a Data Architect preferred.
- At least two to five years of experience in complex database design, referential integrity, and modeling.
- Oracle TimesTen and DB2 database experience preferred.
- Shell scripting and automation using Chef experience preferred.
- Ability to support project-related assignments of long duration and high complexity.
- Must be available for off-hour and on-call work in the event of outages, problems and off-hour required changes.