DB2 Database Administrator - Mainframe
Posted on Oct 3, 2019 by eTeam Inc.
Role: DB2 Database Administrator - Mainframe
Job location: Zurich, Switzerland
Contract - 6 months
Are you a hands on person with a natural instinct to serve and support a Customer? Do you like to work in a world-class leading z/OS Mainframe environment?
For our DB2 Services team in Zürich, we are looking for a DB2 Database Administrator who can help us
- create database objects, maintaining them by DB2 housekeeping and do performance tuning
- review DB2 related incidents and problem tickets, and resolve them to increase the overall production quality
- resolve Database related issues
- take responsibility for data availability and recoverability of DB2
- review orders in DML and DDL Scripts
You will be working in the DB2 Services team in Zürich and you will interact with the Operation teams and the related Support teams in Basel/Zurich and Singapore. Our Goal is to have stable and uninterrupted international Production-, Test and Development Environments.
Our Team works alongside the engineering team to develop/integrate database related tools and infrastructure components and working along with the integration and application development teams to develop and implement physical database designs.
Your experience and skills
- Experienced with physical database design, skilled for large databases
- able to understand the impact of application design on performance, extensive background in DB2 database performance monitoring and tuning
- Willed to provide 24x7 production support
- Mastering the Microsoft Office palette (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
- 5+ years of experience in the DB2 Mainframe software and database administration area using DB2 for z/OS
- Expert know how in TSO/ISPF, REXX, z/OS and IBM/BMC Utilities
- Production support skills in a high availability environment with strong customer service focus
- Good written and spoken German and English skills
- Knowledge and experience in SQL language, database design concepts, DB2 catalog structure and stored procedures