Oracle PL/SQL Programmer

Company Name:
Expinfo Inc.
Job Code : EXP_4849
Title : Oracle PL/SQL Programmer
Job Location : Rensselaer, NY
Mandatory Requirements : At least thirty six (36) months experience monitoring and tuning the general performance of the Oracle database and/or Oracle 10g or higher. At least thirty six (36) months experience in database designs based upon identified business rules and using Oracle 10g or higher. At least thirty six (36) months experience working in a development and/or production database environment for a large scale, complex application involving on-line and batch environments. At least twenty four (24) months experience in performing knowledge transfers to client staff of Oracle database administrator techniques supporting the development of database structure for the new architecture. At least seventy-two (72) months direct experience in IT software development At least sixty (60) months experience working with Oracle, with a thorough understanding of the architecture and processes of an Oracle server, including Oracle 10g or higher. Bachelors degree in Information Technology (IT) and at least thirty-six (36) months experience in an IT related field ; Please provide a copy of your diploma with the submittal of the FORM 2
Desirable Requirements :
Education Required : Bachelor
Employment Type : Contract - Corp-to-Corp, Contract - Independent, Contract - W2
Interview Type : Face To Face
Salary($) : Negotiable
Travel Required(%) : None
Duration : 17 (in Months)
Remaining Duration : 17 (in Months)
Job Post Date : May 14, 2014
Job Expiration Date : May 19, 2014
No of Position : 1
Zip Code : 12144
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