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Security Infrastructure Administrator

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Symantec Corporation
Symantec Corporation has openings for Security Infrastructure Administrators in Culver City, California. Perform system and database administration for the ongoing maintenance of security network architecture and systems. Maintain multiple production, development and QA SQL Server environments. Implement and enforce company-wide database security policy. Implement and maintain disaster mitigation/recovery strategy. Assist with backup/recovery strategy for all database servers. Install, maintain and upgrade RDBMS software as required. Monitor and address database server performance issues. Work with analysts/developers on installing and maintaining 3rd-party software packages including helping to identify and resolve performance issues. Proactively plan for increased capacity and scalability. Participate in project meetings to understand application and database requirements. Provide technical support in rotation. Set up and maintain transnational replication. Perform data partitioning for efficient management of database tables and Indexes. Troubleshoot Emergency/Outage/Network Incidents to resolve production issues. Assist with capacity planning, project growth of databases and take proactive measure to accommodate growth. Multiple positions, various types/levels. Requirements - Position requires Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Engineering, or related technical field, followed by 5 years of progressive, post-baccalaureate work experience in job offered or in a computer-related occupation. To apply, submit resume to: . Must reference job title and job Code: SIACC115.

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