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Volume 23  |  Friday, February 11, 2000  |  Number 3
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Help Wanted: Fermilab

Oracle DBA

As an Oracle DBA, the successful candidate will provide technical Leadership and planning for the Business Services Section Oracle and PeopleSoft database environments. This includes planning and implementation of new PeopleSoft and Oracle Applications releases, database software upgrades, capacity planning and database performance analysis and tuning. These efforts will also involve management of the sections four Oracle database servers on Digital UNIX and management of multiple Windows NT Oracle software installations. This position requires extensive customer interaction and support, as well as creation and maintenance of necessary documentation including architecture, procedures, and project plans.

Qualified candidates will possess three plus years of recent Oracle database administration experience on UNIX, with an emphasis on database performance tuning and application support (Digital UNIX is preferred, but not required). Must have a strong knowledge of Oracle database administration.

Experience in two or more of the following areas is required: Oracle 7 administration, Oracle 8 administration, Designer/2000, Digital UNIX administration, Oracle Applications v10.7, PeopleSoft HRMS v7.5. Excellent analytical, organizational, and communication skills are essential. Must be able to investigate, isolate, and resolve complex technical problems. Good troubleshooting skills and ability to work through challenges independently. Availability for occasional out-of-hours or weekend work required. Bachelors degree in Computer Science or the equivalent experience is required. Job Code: FN/990083


As a Programmer Analyst, the successful candidate will participate in the design, implementation, debugging, documentation and maintenance of code for high performance controllers and subsystems based on embedded 16 and 32-bit processors. Major emphasis is placed on seamless integration into a highly distributed data acquisition and control system for the accelerator complex and beamlines. Will be responsible for the design, implementation, debugging, documentation and maintenance of C/C++ programs, as well as the integration of software and hardware into a highly distributed data acquisition and control system. Will also work closely with software and hardware engineers in establishing extensions to the system and consult with users of the control system.

Qualified candidates will possess a Master's degree in Computer Science or Engineering, or combined equivalent work experience. Candidate must demonstrate ability to work independently and take responsibility for small to medium scale projects. In-depth knowledge of C or C++, as well as demonstrated competence working with real-time computer systems is necessary. Familiarity with VxWorks, Arcnet, TCP/IP, MS Windows, Java and assembly languages is desirable. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as the ability to work independently and in a team are essential. Job Code: FN/990023

Fermilab offers a challenging work environment as well as excellent benefits including medical/dental/life, tuition reimbursement, fitness center, onsite daycare, and access to our 6,800-acre nature preserve. To be considered for a career at Fermilab, please forward your resume to: Attn: Employment/________(Job Code), Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, P.O. Box 500, Batavia, IL 60510-0500. Fax:(630)840-2306. E-mail: jlewando@fnal.gov. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. M/F/D/V

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