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Linux/Server/Data Base Admin

Company Name:
Kforce
Our client is seeking a Linux/Server/Data Base Admin in Louisville,
kentucky
(KY).
Responsibilities:
Administers and controls the organization's data resources including multiple databases and servers
Manages data replication processes among critical applications to ensure very high availability
Detects, diagnoses, reports and resolves operating system related problems on servers
Recovers corrupted data and restores database backups as required
Works with IS Ops team, Manager of IS Operations and others, to manage storage resource capacity and availability to meet needs of all production, development and testing environments
Manages user accounts, applications and hardware associated with relevant server operating systems
Installs and tests operating system, database, tools and application software
Coordinates testing and installation of vendor security patches, upgrades and bug fix software releases and works with management / users to ensure vulnerabilities are closed and upgrades are addressed in a timely fashion
Operates diagnostic tools and other techniques to tune systems and improve database performance
Creates physical database tables, typically based on designs developed in collaboration with programmers, analysts and users
Builds and monitors scripts, triggers, stored procedures, ad-hoc queries and other processes to automate movement of data between systems
Monitors automated and manually initiated system routines to ensure proper and timely operation within routine and unscheduled job cycles
Monitors assigned service desk support
tickets
and resolves user issues in a timely manner
Develops time and cost estimates for solutions
Attends periodic status meetings; provides timely & accurate updates of projects in process
Maintains technical competency through classroom training, self study, knowledge sharing, etc - particularly as required to attain proficiency required to support the Company's computing environment.

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