Oracle Technical Analyst

With NTT DATA, Inc. in Charlotte NC US

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Posted on April 16, 2019

About this job

Job type: Full-time
Role: System Administrator

Technologies

oracle, sysadmin, database

Job description

Job Description

**Responsibilities:
* Develop detailed Oracle application decommissioning plans with task dependencies
* Track status of application decommissioning progress (including user access revocation, Oracle data deletion, Oracle system component removal and infrastructure clean up)
* Ensure quality execution of Oracle database clean up (data deletion)
* Ensure quality execution of Oracle application component removal
* Ensure compliance with internal bank policies and regulatory requirements
* Organize tasks and information to maximize efficiency
* Document information in clear, concise, detailed and meaningful format
* Work independently in an individual contributor role as part of a global team, with teammates in multiple geographic locations
* Maintain accountability for individual results and productivity
* Work on tasks that are critical from a client perspective and vary in complexity
* Focus on efficiency, process improvement and quality delivery
* Maintain delivery schedule, coordinate with other teams and communicate status effectively
* Escalate risks and issues in a timely manner with proposed solutions
* Demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills

Desired Skills and Experience:
* 5 or more years of experience preferred in:
* Oracle application development and database support
* Oracle source code management tools, such as SVN (Subversion)
* Oracle code development and database management tools, such as TOAD for Oracle
* File transfer tools, such as WinSCP
* Credit Card or other Consumer Banking projects

Geographic Requirement:
* Must be available for onsite work at a key client location (Addison, TX; Charlotte, NC or Wilmington, DE) at least 50% of the time
Available for occasional international travel to the United Kingdom**

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