Epic Operational Database Administrator (R00084330_Sacramento)
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Accenture is focused on assisting our Health clients to migrate and run their EMR in the Cloud. We are searching for a talented and experienced Epic Operational Database Administrator (ODBA) to join us and assist in the migration of the EMR to the Cloud, development of assets and accelerators, and assistance in techical requirement analysis for business cases for clients to move their EMR instance to the Cloud.
The Epic Operational Database Administrator (ODBA) is a critical, hands-on role and will be responsible for migrating cache instances to the public cloud. Post-migration, this person will also perform proactive monitoring and maintenance.
- Creating and managing the ODB environments that serve production, reporting, disaster recovery, training, and non-production needs
- Installing and maintaining the administrative and monitoring tools necessary for high levels of availability and performance of the client's Epic system
- Understanding performance metrics, monitoring system performance, and troubleshooting issues
- Understanding Caché and Epic upgrades and updates to production and non-production environments
- Configuring and maintaining environment copies according to the client's environment strategy
- Engaging in capacity planning testing to ensure adequate system resources
- Writing and maintaining scripts to improve system management tasks
- Maintaining and testing processes related to business continuity
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Here is what you need:
- Minimum of 2 year experience in Healthcare IT in a Operational Database Administrator role
- Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent (12 years) work experience (If an, associate degree with 6 years of work experience)
- Epic Operational Database Administrator Certification
Bonus points if you have:
- Minimum of 1 year of experience working for a consulting firm
- Strong Unix/Linux skills using the command-line prompt, including navigating directory structures and file manipulation
- Understanding of operating system concepts such as user and group ownership and file permissions, file system/volume group configuration, etc.
- Knowledge of a command shell (Korn, POSIX, Bourne, or C), plus languages and utilities such as awk, sed, and Perl
- Ability to create, understand, and follow processes to ensure successful execution of critical maintenance procedures
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