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"Hi Jason,Hope you're doing fine please go thourgh the below requirement for a contract oppurtunity.. If interested please reply with your updated resume and contact details please.. Email ID : dinesh.chegoni@innosensesolutions.comPosition …"
Feb 8, 2011

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Mid level DBA working on 9i, 10g and 11g and a Oracle Developer.

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At 8:23am on February 8, 2011, danny said…
Hi Jason,
Hope you're doing fine please go thourgh the below requirement for a contract oppurtunity.. If interested please reply with your updated resume and contact details please.. Email ID : dinesh.chegoni@innosensesolutions.com
Position  : Oracle Apex developer
Position OPEN until 10th of Feb 2011
Location: NEW YORK, NY
Duration: 6 months
Rate : Mention least workable rates please
Skills Set :
•         Oracle Application Express development – Minimum 3 years
•         Experience in converting MS Access application to Oracle Application Express/Oracle Database – Minimum 3 years
•         Strong PL/SQL working knowledge  - Minimum 5 years
•         Oracle BI Publisher   - Minimum 2 Years
•         Knowledge of Java Script
•         Exposure to HTML development
•         Relational Database schema design – Minimum 4 Years
•         Manipulation of MS Access and MS Excel
•         Report development using Oracle Discoverer
•         Development of  reports using SAS statistical software
Warm Regards,
Dinesh Chegoni
Innosense Solutions Inc
Direct : 773-741-6400
Email : dinesh.chegoni@innosensesolutions.com
Web : www.innosensesolutions.com
Yahoo IM : dinesh.recruiter
At 10:01am on August 19, 2008, David Hovda said…
Jason!! Thanks for the invite...see you later at work.
 
 
 

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