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From: Kristina McDougall <kmc(at)laudi(dot)com>
To: torontopug(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Toronto mailing list posting
Date: 2011-10-06 15:25:27
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Good morning,
I am hoping that I can post the following job to the Toronto User group...

Sr. DBA Opportunity: Downtown Toronto eCommerce Company

This publicly traded e-commerce company is looking for a smart, curious,
tech savvy and enthusiastic person with a strong database and development
background. If you love working in an open, highly collaborative environment
and working with the latest technologies and tools then this is the place
for you.
The Opportunity

Reporting to the team lead, you will work closely with software engineers,
product managers, architects, technology directors, and the CTO to evolve
the data architecture and product roadmap. Of course you will do DBA stuff,
like architecture, performance and capacity planning, security & encryption,
and be responsible for the care and feeding of the database infrastructure.
Who Should Apply

Ideally you’ve had past development experience (ideally Java or .NET), and
are familiar with the agile methodology. This company uses a broad range of
technologies including: Hibernate, Oracle, PostgreSQL and MySQL. And that
list will probably have grown by the time you read this. You should be handy
with a shell prompt, and able to do intermediate level scripting outside the
DB as well. You love automation, and strive to eliminate any repetitive

You will use your outstanding communications and technology skills to advise
our internal development teams as we continue to build, grow, and evolve.

To apply visit:


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