Technology Leads

Company Name:
Expedia, Inc.
Position Description: Serve in a lead capacity, leading technical engineering individual contributors by directing week to week activities, tasks, and/or project. Lead database management projects and lead day-to-day operations with the remote team. Manage all core database technologies. Manage coordination of all database related infrastructure activities with core infrastructure team. Design and implement database system for new products. Research, troubleshoot and assist the team for complex technical issues. Establish proactive monitoring capabilities to improve availability and performance. Manage capacity planning, security and compliance, and disaster recovery for database systems. No direct reports
Requirements: Employer will accept Masters degree in Computer Science or related technical field and two years of work experience in job offered or two years of work experience in a computer-related occupation. Experience must include: 1. Designing, developing, production, testing/QA and/or implementing software applications and/or systems; 2. SQL Server (2005/2008/2012) and integration of SQL server with DB2, Oracle and Big Data systems; 3. Database design, administration and database performance tuning; 4. Capacity planning; 5. Data analysis; 6. Hardware/ software integration; 7. Project supervision, mentoring and training of remote staff; 8. System integration includes design and implementation of integrating heterogeneous systems; 9. Incident and Problem Management of all SQL Server related incidents for Data Warehouse. Experience may be gained concurrently.
To apply: Mail resume to: 333 108th Avenue NE, Bellevue, Washington 98004 indicating job reference number 728.393

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