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Database Administrator III (CCDSS)

Company Name:
TASC, Inc.
At TASC we are committed to advancing our customers' missions and creating a safer world. See yourself designing the next vital solution to get ahead of evolving cyber threats or advancing security efforts to protect Americans at home and around the globe. TASC is seeking a Database Administrator III to provide technical expertise for the production of detailed database designs and design documentation, including data models, and data flow diagrams; determine file organization, indexing methods, and security procedures for system databases; plan and coordinate conversion and migration of existing databases to state of the art DBMSs; and evaluate and configure DBMS products to match user requirements with system capabilities. TS SCI W/POLY Minimum (8) eight years of progressive accomplishment as expert in large and complex information technology systems implementation. Minimum (8) eight years experience installing, configuring, administering and using current and emerging database tools, strategies and technology Able to lead Database Administrators in daily tasks Experience in developing and delivering briefings, technical presentations and program documentation to senior program management Join us and see your engineering and technology expertise help address the nation's most pressing and complex challenges. For nearly 50 years, TASC has worked on the front lines with our customers on missions that strengthen security and safety and protect the basic values of our society. TASC provides systems engineering, integration and decision-support services to the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense and civilian agencies of the federal government. TASC is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce.
JOBCOMPANY: TASC
REQUISITION ID:_ 789BR
JOBLOCATION: Fort Meade, MD

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