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Sr. Oracle DBA

Location: Dimondale, Michigan Duration: 12 Months LOCALS ONLY IN PERSON INTERVIEWS ARE REQUIRED Job Description: Oracle DBA This position has the data responsibility for Suspicious Filer Project   This position has responsibility for a Department of Treasury database consolidation project. The project involves merging various databases and data sources into one usable database. This requires the knowledge of Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, Teradata and Oracle databases.  The position is expected to analyze the various data sources and provide a single database solution. In addition, this position works with developers and others to support their ability to use the data to further the interests of the agency. This includes data cleanup, conversions, analyzing data from various sources, running scripts, and providing expertise in Structure Query Language (SQL), and extensible markup language (XML). Skill Required / Desired Amount of Experience Expertise with SQL/XML Required 5 Years Expertise in creating, implementing and maintaining databases (Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, Teradata, Oracle) Required 5 Years Experience with requirements gathering, working with technical and non-technical staff. Required 5 Years Experience with product/platform migration Required 5 Years Looking for someone with experience with the entire process from setup, implementation, troubleshooting, and regular maintenance. Required 5 Years Windows server management experience Required 5 Years Income tax knowledge preferred, not required Not Required   Holistic server management experience Required 5 Years Data cleanup, conversions, analyzing data from various sources, running scripts, and providing expertise in Structure Query Language (SQL), and extens Required 5 Years Automating manual processes - From Access to Oracle, Teradata, MySQL Required 5 Years Experience working with Cisco Tidal Enterprise Scheduler preferred Nice to have 2 Years
Salary Range: $80K
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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