The part-time Oracle Banner Database Administrator will be a key contributor to planning, analysis, coordination, support and maintenance of the ERP system Ellucian Banner and all components such as: Banner 9, ESM, DegreeWorks, Workflow, BEIS, BEP, and EEI. The database administrator may also serve as a primary point of contact between the ERP Database group and functional users; serve as the primary point of contact for data interfaces with outside entities and technical support resources; support the Director of Enterprise Systems in the execution of all principal functions of the Enterprise Systems group. This position is part-time, on-campus or remote.
Coordinate efforts to ensure Banner and Oracle environment operates in accordance with established security and support best practices (including troubleshooting and resolution Oracle database and application server problems).
Coordinate support activities in accordance with establish priorities, track progress involving external resources (including coordination of Go/No-Go decisions on significant and upgrades for Oracle and Banner).
Coordinate efforts with assessment, remediation and implementation of best practices for Banner and Oracle environment (including assurance of version control over Oracle and Banner-specific software on database servers and application servers).
Application of patches and upgrades and coordination user testing for Banner.
Serve as primary point of contact for Banner and Oracle operations, including off- hours (best effort) troubleshooting and resolution of technical problems for Banner and Oracle.
Maintenance and synchronization of three instances of Oracle: production, test, and backup/recovery.
Installation of new release versions of Oracle-related software applications – control promotion from DVLP to TEST to PROD.
Develop and track action items for Banner and Oracle support efforts.
Maintenance of user access lists for Oracle/Banner and Oracle functional permissions (system security).
Creation and maintenance of documentation of standard operating procedures for Enterprise Group functions.
Liaise with Programmer & Functional Analyst staff to help coordinate Banner and database related efforts and efficient service operations.
Assist with agenda organization and provide IT updates at Banner Users Group meetings.
May be required to be available for after-hours emergency response duties
Requirements and Knowledge:
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or other STEM related discipline.
Minimum 5+ years of technical experience working in a Higher Education environment and specifically using Ellucian Banner with Oracle.
Knowledge and skill in Ellucian Banner, Linux and Oracle database architecture, SQL and Oracle applications development tools.
Work independently and multitask, prioritize tasks, and execute without constant supervision
Workflow automation of common repeatable Oracle & RHEL tasks
Knowledge of relational database design – normalization, optimization, etc. Oracle SQL and PL/SQL.
Please download the application at www.iwu.edu/human-resources/Positions.html. Feel free to include a cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references. The position is open until filled, with first consideration given to candidates whose materials are submitted by November 30, 2020.
Illinois Wesleyan University Human Resources, Holmes 209 1312 N. Park Street Bloomington, IL 61701
Email: email@example.com Fax: 309-556-1710 (please use cover sheet)
The final candidate will pass a pre-employment background investigation.
Illinois Wesleyan University is strongly committed to recruiting, supporting, and fostering a diverse, inclusive, and civil community of outstanding faculty, staff, and students. We seek candidates who have a demonstrated commitment to supporting and further building our community in these dimensions. Illinois Wesleyan University is an EEO Employer.
Copyright 2019 Oracle Applications & Technology Users Group. | All Rights Reserved. | OATUG Policies All material, files, logos, and trademarks within this site are properties of their respective organizations.