Senior Database Administrator
This position is open until filled. The first cutoff date for review of applications will be March 17, 2017.
The United States Sentencing Commission is an independent federal agency in the Judicial Branch of government consisting of seven members appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate and two non-voting ex-officio members. The agency staff consists of approximately 100 employees. The Commission develops and revises guidelines for federal district court judges to consider in sentencing offenders convicted of federal crimes. The Commission monitors and evaluates the use of the guidelines, conducts research and education programs on guideline application and sentencing matters generally, produces sentencing-related reports, and recommends improvements in federal sentencing practices and policies.
The Commission is conveniently located next to Union Station on Capitol Hill, and is easily accessible by public transportation, including the Metro, and the MARC and VRE commuter trains. In addition to the federal benefits package, the Commission’s location in the Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building offers various amenities such as an on-site fitness center, health unit, credit union, day care center, and cafeteria.
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MANDATORY QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Applicants must have a minimum of ten years of hands-on database administration, support, and performance tuning experience.
Applicants must also posses experience or skills in the following areas:
- Working experience in Linux environments.
- Extensive experience with Oracle RAC, ASM, and Data Guard.
- Experience with database support, administration, performance tuning, and database monitoring.
- Experience with extraction, transformation, loading tools.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
A Master’s degree in engineering, computer sciences, information systems, or a computer related field from an accredited university or college is preferred.
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