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Posted by: Rob Thurber
Date: August 21, 2013 02:55PM

3 month contract
Austin, TX

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MySQL Database Administrator
Our client is seeking a MySQL Database Administrator for a newly awarded project. In this role you will be responsible for planning, managing, and implementing data migration from one system to another. You will be part of a team of 4 key individuals that will help guide the project progress. Weekly client interaction is expected.
Key Responsibilities:
• Ability to work with a team and customers to gather and fully meet provided requirements
• Perform data modeling (including mapping existing data to new DB table structures)
• Ability to use and implement databases in MySQL database (MySQL 5+)
• Ability to identify needed data from legacy system to ensure proper data integrity in new system
• Creation and implementation of data import scripts
• Verification of data load to ensure data integrity
• Creation of needed reports from newly created data structure

• Min 3 to 5 years of experience as a DBA or equivalent. Certified MySQL DBA is a PLUS
• Demonstrated experience with MySQL database design, implementation, performance tuning, and capacity planning and previously managed data migration projects.
• Experience with UNIX is a PLUS
• Demonstrated experience with Open Source/Linux development and production environment
• Diploma or Degree in Computer Science or Information Technology
• Possess creative ability, credibility, self-confidence and Independent
• Good team player with strong analytical, communication, and troubleshooting skills
• Able to work under pressure and multi-tasking capabilities
• Pro-active, dedicated, committed and responsible

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/21/2013 02:59PM by Rob Thurber.

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