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Oracle Developer - London - £560 - 6-month contract

Job Title: Oracle Developer - London - £560 - 6-month contract
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £560 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: AA-20245850_1501747300
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: 19 days ago

Job Description

Oracle Developer - London - £560 - 6-month contract

Montash have engaged by global investment bank, who are looking to require an Oracle Developer for a 6-month contract based in London.

This role offers an excellent opportunity to work on a very high-profile regulatory project delivering critical reports. Working on this project involves gaining a strong understanding of topics such as balance sheet, liquidity and funding across all product classes.

Essential key skills for the Oracle Developer:

  • Extensive experience of Oracle SQL (ideally Oracle 12c)
  • You must have extensive experience in Python - (Please don't apply if you don't)
  • Expertise with writing and optimising stored procedures and query performance
  • Strong analysis and problem-solving skills
  • Knowledge of C# / WinForms development
  • Knowledge of Capital Market products would be an advantage

If you are interested please give me a call or email on 0207 014 0231 or this role is urgent and interviews can be arranged for early next week.

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