Oracle Applications Tuner

Company Name:
NTT Data
At NTT DATA, we know that with the right people on board, anything is possible. The quality, integrity, and commitment of our employees have been key factors in our company's growth and market presence. By hiring the best people and helping them grow both professionally and personally, we ensure a bright future for NTT DATA and for the people who work here.
A group company within NTT Data currently seeks an Oracle Applications Tuner to join our team in Augusta, Maine.
Skilled resources with strong Oracle, PL/SQL and performance tuning. This work will involve the tuning of PL/SQL code and database queries within the Automated Client Eligibility System. So it is expected that there will be maintenance and enhancement work as well.
Required Skills:
4 years'' experience with Oracle 10g database administration
2 years'' experience with Oracle 11g database administration
4 years'' experience with Oracle database tuning
4 years'' experience setting up and managing an Oracle database environment.
4 years'' experience writing functions, procedures, triggers, packages and PL/SQL.
This is a full-time salaried position with a group company within NTT DATA. Please note, 1099 or corp-2-corp contractors will NOT be considered. This position is only available to those interested in direct staff employment opportunities. We offer a full comprehensive benefits package that starts from your first day of employment.__
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Date: 2014-06-30
Country: US
State: ME
City: Augusta
Category: Information Technology - Application Development

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