First National Bank of Omaha Sr. Engineer, FN Technology Solutions in South Carolina
As a nationally recognized trusted advisor in managed IT services for the past 25 years, FNTS has a proven history supporting mainframe environments, along with a wide range of operating systems including: Windows, Linux, AIX and iSeries. FNTS also has a passion for all things multi-cloud and provides flexible cloud solutions, with a continued focus on orchestrating agility, transparency and IT optimization for our customers, all while keeping cost containment top-of-mind. With an elevated security posture consisting of layered security solutions, FNTS specializes in partnering with customers in highly regulated and compliance-driven industries.
FNTS operates one of the most secure, technically advanced data centers in the United States, where the full scope of its operations is based. Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, FNTS is a subsidiary of First National of Nebraska (FNNI). FNNI and its affiliates have $23 billion in assets and nearly 5,000 employee associates.
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The Senior Engineer for DB2 on z/OS provides technical leadership, software support and database system guidance in support of the mainframe operating system environment. This role maintains and evolves the current and future state business capabilities with the focus on growth, efficiency, and predictability. You will design, migrate, and engineer DB2 and z/OS solutions in line with customer and FNTS strategies and initiatives. You will work collaboratively across FNTS to ensure an agile, cohesive delivery model.
Provide proactive management of all mainframe database systems and infrastructure including DB2 performance monitoring and tuning.
Perform mainframe database software upgrades coupled with administration and tuning in support of our customer's DB2 environments.
Implement assigned system software to include new releases, corrective fixes, vendor maintenance and customization.
Work with vendors and customers to achieve timely implementation and/or resolution of database initiatives.
Builds plan to integrate software changes to maintain the highest level of availability coordinating with Operations and the Change Management groups.
Perform research into new functions available from latest software identifying opportunities to improve our environment.
Responsible for day-to-day database maintenance, creating backups, performing restores, monitoring file extent growth, creating and maintaining DR procedures and overall support of customer needs and requests.
Perform various database optimizations including performance and efficiency analysis of the database configuration and periodic review of database performance.
Develop standard work and process documentation to enable Network Operations Center to monitor and perform routine tasks.
Provide on call and support for reported problems.
Must be able to multi-task and work under short deadlines and high-pressure situations.
Fulfill customer request for mainframe z/OS customers in a timely manner as they pertain to DB2.
Provide key support for customer migration services as they pertain to DB2 and related OEM software products.
Assist the project manager in the migration of newly acquired customers.
In joint cooperation with the Disaster Recovery Services, successfully execute tasks associated with any given customer's disaster recovery plans.
Required Technical Skills:
Bachelor's degree required and/or equivalent work experience.
10+ years of professional experience in DB2 for administration and systems programming support.
Documented Systems Programming experience supporting spar configurations, buffer pool tuning, applying maintenance through SMP/E, and have successfully migrated DB2 subsystems to a higher Version in a Data Sharing environment.
Understand how DB2, CICS, IMS and z/OS interact, and how DB2 supports a WebSphere application environment.
Knowledge of z/OS Connect and other Query products
Knowledge of TLS 1.2 and use of Secured Ports in DB2 is needed.
Demonstrate outstanding problem determination and resolution skills working independently from any vendor as needed.
CA and IBM tools for DB2 and other third-party vendor products a plus.
Extensive experience with the following:
Knowledge in best practices of software management, maintenance and documentation.
Configure and manage DB2 in a parallel sysplex environment.
Develop innovation, strategies, processes and best practices in software management.
Establishing policies and procedures pertaining to database management, DR, security, maintenance and utilization.
Reviewing new versions of DB2 for functionality, advising how they benefit the client.
Evaluating change requests and determine impact to assigned clients.
Supporting DB2 security requests.
Review DB2 security to find potential risks.
Vendor consultation for problems and questions.
Space calculations for new objects and environments.
Reviewing, tuning of internal DB2 buffer pools and SQL code.
DR recovery support.
Troubleshooting and solving production database issues.
Demonstrated ability to respond quickly and effectively to support requests from multiple clients
Preferred Skills :
System programming knowledge of multiple DBMS
System programming knowledge of DB2 for z/VM
Experience integrating DB2 with distributed DBMS
Knowledge of Informatica and the Power Exchange listener
Supporting multiple customer for after hours on-call.
Self-motivated and able to work independently.
Excellent communication skills (written, verbal and presentations.)
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Job number: R-20210420
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For more than 160 years, our holding company - First National of Nebraska - has grown to nearly 5,000 employees with locations in seven states and $24 billion in assets. We are proud to serve our customers and communities with banking offices located in Nebraska, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas.
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FNBO is committed to belonging, inclusion, diversity and equity. We are committed to intentionally and proactively creating pathways to success for historically underrepresented populations, regardless of but not limited to their age, race, color, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, religion or military status. To accomplish this, we foster a culture of belonging and inclusion so that every employee is valued, and has opportunity and the ability to make an impact. FNBO strives to reflect the diversity of the communities we serve in the makeup of our workforce.
See the full FNBO Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Statement here (https://www.fnbo.com/about-us/inclusion-diversity/)