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Oracle Developer - London - £550- £560 - 6month contract

Job Title: Oracle Developer - London - £550- £560 - 6month contract
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £550 - £560 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: AA-1024584_1500369186
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Oracle Developer - London - £550- £560 - 6-month contract

Montash have been 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)
  • Experience using python
  • 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 an Oracle Developer looking to take on your next big challenge please get in touch on 0207 014 0231 or

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