System Administrator

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1 year +
ESG Consulting
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Our client is seeking an Systems Administrator to analyze software requirements, define solution parameters and specifications, gather technical requirements, displaying knowledge of the business environment in defining the customers needs.

Key Responsibilities and Requirements .

Application design and development . Negotiates and manages technical scope to reduce business and technical risks . Able to apply professional mastery and industry-wide understanding of technology, tools and methodologies to develop solutions in leading edge or critical situations. Able to manage the customer and manage situations during the support/implementation process. Interacts with customers and evaluates vendor products . Maintain software version control . Maintain system documentation . Provide training to employees . Coordinate with the business to provide inputs for the future enhancements of Oracle HCM and ERP Cloud . Familiar with Oracle quarterly patch & should be responsible for new features analysis, doing impact assessment & review regression testing . Work with Oracle through SR s for any product defects/bugs . Excellent communication skills . Experience in developing Reports (OTBI/FRS/BI Publisher)


Health, Dental, Vision, 401K


ESG Consulting is an award-winning national provider of diversified information technology consulting services to Fortune 1000, public sector entities, and emerging growth firms nationwide.

Founded in 1986, ESG offers more than 32 years of experience in the IT staffing, Engineering and consulting industry. While local to Atlanta we are headquartered in Santa Clara.

ESG is an equal opportunity company. Our flexible management culture believes in creating a business environment that fosters personal and professional growth and achievement. We make ESG a place where people are treated not as employees but as "partners".