Redlands, CA

Cloud Database Administrator – ArcGIS Online

Be responsible for maintaining and administering highly-available systems in a 24/7 cloud environment. You will work with a fast-paced, skilled team of database administrators and developers across multiple high-profile projects. If you are a top-notch DBA and looking for your next challenge, apply now!


  • Create, maintain, and administer cloud databases in a highly-available 24/7 environment
  • Ensure databases are highly secure, available, and recoverable
  • Proactively monitor and tune databases for maximum performance
  • Install, configure, patch, and upgrade database software
  • Create documentation around impact analysis of changes
  • Create performance indicators to locate and correct problems
  • Handle seamless failover and recovery
  • Manage monitoring and alerting for performance and uptime
  • Provide database technical support for application development teams
  • Oversee upgrades to application databases for new releases


  • 3 years of experience in database administration with strong replication and high availability knowledge with MySQL/PostgreSQL
  • Knowledge of NoSQL cloud databases such as AWS DynamoDB, MongoDB, Cassandra.
  • Ability to work in a DevOps mode
  • Ability to handle multiple read instances
  • Strong performance tuning skills in a large database environment serving millions of users
  • Ability to run trace reports and analyze results, then recommend options for problem resolution
  • Expertise in running and administrating databases in a cloud environment
  • Storage and capacity planning
  • Bachelor’s in computer science or related field

Recommended Qualifications:

  • Understanding of cloud computing platforms such as AWS and Azure
  • Knowledge of DevOps tools such as Terraform and Puppet/Chef,
  • Experience with cloud database services such as SQL Azure DB and RDS Aurora/MySQL/PostgreSQL

About Esri

The World’s Operating Manual If the earth came with an instruction manual, geography would be Chapter 1. Essentially, we’re all just trying to keep civilization going, and Esri invented a way to sustain society on an operational level using maps to preempt and solve problems.  There’s no lack of businesses, agencies, and departments that need assistance achieving operational health and even saving lives. We call that “job security.”  Strength in NumbersWe have 4,000 employees, with 1,100 on our dev and product teams—and growing! 350,000 organizations around the world rely on our software. We’ve pledged $1 billion in STEM software to 100,000 K-12 schools and have supported 13,000 nonprofits around the world. We spend almost 30% of our annual revenue on R&D. Our ArcGIS product suite has been localized in more than 30 languages."Data meets geography at Esri, a billion-dollar company whose mapping technology enables feats like predicting flash floods, managing supply chains in real time, and cutting disease outbreaks off at the pass." --Fast Company