IBM Mainframe Z114 & Systems Administrator and DB2 Administrator

Company Name:
Lorven technologies Inc
Our Direct Integration Client is looking for a IBM Mainframe Z114 & Systems Administrator and DB2 Administrator For a Long Term Project in Charleston, SC below is the Detail requirement.

Title: IBM Mainframe Z114 & Systems Administrator and DB2 Administrator
Location: Charleston, SC
Duration: Long Term
Rate: Open

Job Description:
Systems programmer responsible for the IBM Z114 mainframe and related peripheral hardware and software products

Key responsibilities are as follows:

Should possess strong knowledge in Z/OS internals, JES2, CICS and TCP/IP basics.

Work experience in SMP/E maintenance process desirable.

Strong problem determination and debugging skill set.

Must have demonstrated program product experience with the following:
DB2 Utilities
Understand Catalogs structure

Experience with the following Vendor products will be added advantage
"Vendor - FDR"
"Levi Ray Shoup - DRS, VPS"
"SEA - TAPE 2000"
"Chicago Soft - MVS Quick Ref"
"Mackinney Systems - CICS/CEMT"
"Compuware - Xpeditor"

Control the work flow on the systems through job queues, subsystems and output queues.

Hands on experience on user id creation and printer configuration.

Experience as a DB2DBA with the following skills:
In-depth knowledge of DB2 utilities such as LOAD, UNLOAD, RUNSTAT, REORG, COPY, MERGECOPY, and MODIFY.
Should possess strong knowledge and hand-on experience in creating tables, altering the table, creating indexes, GRANT and with performance tuning of SQL's.
Candidate must have excellent communication skills.
Interact and coordinate work with System Administrators, fellow team members to support various project requests.

Thanks & Regards
Lorven Technologies Inc,
101, Morgan Lane, Suite 209
Plainsboro, NJ-08536
Web: www.lorventech.com
Lorven Technologies, Inc. is SBE/MWBE Certified

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