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Please find the job description below and let me know your interest.

Position: *Sr. Oracle pl/sql developer*

Location: *Cleveland, OH*

Job Description:

All candidates must technical screen before client submission

9+ year candidates only

Required skills:
1. Advanced PL/sql skills, 5+ years, in developing database applications in
an Oracle, Unix/Linux/Solaris environment within a multi-tier environment
2. Knowledge of PL/sql, 5+ years, with stored procedures, triggers,
packages, functions and complex queries are required at an advanced level
3. Experience with Oracle performance tuning techniques and unit testing
methods for PL/sql using Sql Developer for at least 3 years
4. Solid understanding of messaging in middle ware environment, as well as
Unix scripting with 3 years working experience
5. Background should include experience with Oracle 10g/11g (3 years or
more)
6. Experience Crystal Reports/Oracle Reports&Forms (2 - 3 years)
7. Worked in a multi-tier application environment (3 or more years)
8. Expert knowledge of Hierarchical query structures (2 - 3 years)
9. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
10. Working knowledge of ADP payroll systems (2 - 3 years)
11. Solid understanding of GITHUB and underlying structures (1 - 2 years)
12. Worked with Oracle RAC clusters and Exadata systems. (2 or more years)
13. Must be experienced with banking interfaces for updating payments and
charges (2 or more years)

Additional skills:
1. Knowledge of SDLC and Agile methodologies for 2+ years
2. Good knowledge of XML/XSL/XSLT technologies 1+ years
3. Good knowledge of Web Services 1+years
4. Java/J2EE experience 2+years
5. Experience with JIRA and tasks management 2+ years
6. Experience in UNIX/Solaris based scripting language 2+ years




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*Thanks & Regards*
Sharad Singh / IT Recruiter/
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