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Oracle Applications Developer

Job Title: Oracle Applications Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Sweden
Salary: €45 - €50 per hour + + Expenses
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 month (ext)
REF: OAD021_1490174593
Contact Name: Alex Woodrow
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

This opportunity is working for one of the largest FMCG clients in the world!

Role description:

  • Technical role for Oracle Applications; designs, develops and supports application solutions to meet client requirements.
  • This Role would be responsible for design, development and testing of reports, interfaces, data conversions and enhancements using Oracle tools including the following: Oracle Designer, Discover, Forms, JDeveloper, and Reports.
  • This role may design, develop and/or re-engineer highly complex application components, and integrate software packages, programs, and reusable objects residing on multiple platforms.
  • Experience in SOA, OSB and/or ODI also required

Remote working (80% on site, 20% from home) is acceptable.

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