Database Administrator (DBA)

2-4 years
30 days ago
Job Description

Responsibility:

  • Installation and configuration of DB Server
  • Capacity planning, performance monitoring, tuning, and optimization of database systems
  • SQL Design and tuning, database problem determination and solving.
  • Operation, planning and design of multiple enterprise DB servers
  • Suggest improvements for operating policies, technical architecture and configuration of DB systems and related applications
  • Documentation of SQL environment and operations
  • Work with security and system administrators to resolve security issues, performance issues, stability issues

Requirements:

  • Degree holder in Information Technology, Computer Science or related discipline
  • At least 2 years hands-on experience in mySQL, Mongo, MS SQL, Oracle UDB Server database administration.
  • Proficient in physical database design.
  • Sound experience in database problem determination and solving.
  • Linux batch scripting and scheduling
  • MCDBA/OCP Certified is a plus.
  • Experience with supporting parallel projects in a fast paced and collaborative team environment.
  • Willing and required to support off-hours and on-call attendance
  • Good analytical and creative mind, and be able to work under pressure.
  • Experience in IT inventory management and IT operation automation is an added value.
  • Experience in cloud/big data architecture design, system security, ISO 20K/ITIL is an advantage.
  • Good price negotiation, IT procurement, budget and financial management skills will be a definite advantage.

JOB TYPE

Function

Skills

ISO 20K/ITIL
IT operation automation
Linux batch scripting
MCDBA/OCP Certified
budget and financial management
physical database design
Oracle UDB Server
cloud/big data architecture design

The Bank of China is a Chinese majority state-owned commercial bank headquartered in Beijing and the fourth largest bank in the world. The Bank of China was founded in 1912 by the Republican government as China's central bank, replacing the Qing Dynasty's Ta-Ching Government Bank.

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