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We are currently looking for an Oracle Database Administrator to work in Merrimack, NH for an exciting company that has experienced double digit growth consistently over the last 10 years and expects that growth trend to continue. This person will be responsible for administration of a couple of production databases and various development and test databases. This individual will also manage a few SQL Server databases.

This is a full time salaried position that pays an attractive salary with competitive benefits.


  • Perform various DBA tasks such as install, configure, backup/restore and implementation of database designs.
  • Monitor production databases, tune the database for maximum performance and assist in query optimization.
  • Maintain various standby servers and a robust disaster recovery solution.
  • Support various application developers in stored procedures, views, DDL, etc.
  • Act as DBA for a few SQL server databases.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a closely related field of study.
  • Three (3) to five (5) years related experience or equivalent combination.
  • Must possess a good knowledge of Oracle and experience with managing large databases.
  • Experience with SQL server a plus.

About Scientific Personnel Resources:

Scientific Personnel Resources is a contingency recruiting firm that recruits for clients on a national scale. We recruit individuals who seek full time opportunities with our clients.

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