Author Topic: University of Ibadan Info-Tech Job Vacancy for Database Administrator  (Read 1194 times)

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Applications are requested from suitably qualified candidates for position of Database Administrator in the University of Ibadan, working with the Advancement Office.

Requirements:
•   Good understanding of the working of media and social network devices.
•   In-depth knowledge of My SQL, post gre SQL Server database administration.
•   Experience in managing local and remote database.
•   Sufficient knowledge and initiative on Database projects.
•   Practical experience in monitoring and tuning a database to provide a high quality service.
•   Ability to use PHP and HTML will be an added advantage.

Qualifications:
•   A good first degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics or Computer Engineering with a minimum of 5 years experience.
•   A Higher degree in Information Science or other relevant disciplines is an added advantage.
•   Evidence of experience in relevant organizations and knowledge of database administration.

Salary: CONTISS 8 STEP 01 (N671,747,00 p.a)

Conditions of Service:
As obtainable in similar positions in the Federal Universities in Nigeria.

Method of Application:
Candidates should forward their applications and detailed Curriculum Vitae (15 copies), stating Date of Birth, Marital Status, State, LGA, Full Qualification(s), Experience, Names and Addresses of 3 (three) Referees and two (2) photostat copies each of their certificates to reach the Deputy Registrar (Establishments), University of Ibadan, not later than September 13, 2011.

Applicants are requested to inform their Referees to send Confidential Reports on them direct to the Deputy Registrar (Establishments), University of Ibadan, from whom further details may be obtained.

Candidates should indicate very clearly in their applications, and request their Referees to do same, the position they have applied for and the relevant department.

Only the applications of shortlisted candidates will be acknowledged.

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