2 x Oracle Developer up to £50,000 per annum + benefits
1 x Senior Oracle Developer up to £70,000 per annum + benefits
Oracle Developers required to join a critical department of a global organisation and contributing to delivering high performance and scable systems using Oracle technologies. The systems you will implement will need to process in excess of 1000 million items per year.
- You will be responsible for the implementation of the database and Oracle components of a multi million pound system in line with the agreed enterprise architecture. Member of a distributed teams of between 5-60 people, responsible for ensuring designs implementations meet the business/customer requirements within the specified SLA’s.
- To implement code in accordance with defined quality and coding standards, design and architectural principles.
- Delivery of any assigned tasks within specified timelines, to the expected quality.
- To contribute input into high level cost estimates breakdowns for future IT propositions based on outlined solutions. Provide technical inputs to support business units where needed
- To identify opportunities to strengthen departmental processes, tools and ways of working.
- To understand and adhere to the company IT methodology SDLC. This includes proactively raising timely exceptions/risks/issues, suggesting improvements to raise the quality of deliverables.
- To carry out any other task associated with the role as reasonably requested.
Desired Skills and Experience
Experience and knowledge of the following:
- Optimising database performance / tuning
- Large Transactional Databases
- Transactional management
- Physical data modelling and analysis
- Event based and other scheduling
- Data consistency and integrity
- Managing and releasing database changes
- Oracle reporting solutions
- To have some awareness of the relationship of the database to other technologies
- Ability to analyse and solve system defects, needing help to address high priority issues.
- Able to correctly implement the defined functionality, and use existing frameworks.