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Oracle PL/SQL Analyst Programmer Contract (Contract)

Location: Isle of Man Rate: Market Rates
 

Must have excellent communication, verbal and written skills.

This is a major migration project with the emphasis on performance tuning.

The client is a FinTech leader, Financial Services applications preferred.

ANSI SQL

Oracle database development

Oracle performance tuning

Database design

PL/SQL

Data warehouse ETL development

Optional

Microsoft database development

Majesco A+/D+ database knowledge

Data migration experience

Financial services industry background

3 - 6 month contract.

You will be required to work on the IoM at least for a percentage of the contract duration. Excellent work hard play hard team, so the stint will be enjoyable. UK and EU Nationals with strong communication skills in English will be prioritised.


Posted Date: 21 Jun 2019 Reference: JSORACLE ANSI SQL, IOM Employment Business: Application Centre Ltd  Contact: Paul Corcoran