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Job Description: Lead Oracle DBA

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The Lead Oracle Database Administrator implements, maintains and designs Oracle databases in support of the development and installation of new systems and enhancements to existing systems.

The attached document is a typical job description for a Lead Oracle Database Administrator (DBA). The accompanying document was provided by IT Staffing and Tech Recruiting firm G.1440.

The Lead Oracle Database Administrator implements, maintains and designs Oracle databases in support of the development and installation of new systems and enhancements to existing systems.

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