Oracle/SQL DBA Jobs, Nottinghamshire, UK

Posted on May 13, 2005. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Referred By – Santosh Panda

My Nottingham based client are looking for a Database Analyst to join
large team growing team.

Candidates will need:
Ø Graduate
Ø 3 years experience in Database Administration
Ø An excellent understanding of business
Ø Strong commercial experience using the product life cycle experience
Ø Excellent analytical and software development skills
Ø Ability to train end users
Ø A team player with a flexible approach
Technical Skills Required:
Ø Oracle
Ø SQL Server
Ø Access
Ø Crystal Analysis/Enterprise

This role is perfect for any candidate that has excellent development
but that also wants to get involved with the business side of the
organisation. You will be provided with training should it be
necessary in
this area, but any background in business relations would be greatly
beneficial. You will be expected to be able to show excellent
skills which will let you liase with business associates and colleges,
well as working through the whole project/production life cycle.

This client is interviewing now so please get CVs to me ASAP. Benefits
include 25 days holiday and contributory pension.

Keywords: Oracle, SQL Server, PL/SQL, MS SQL, VB, Access, Crystal,
Developer, Permanent, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire.

Best Regards,

Michael Cleavely
Specialist Microsoft IT Consultant
Permanent & Contract Resourcer

Unit 1F Broadway House ¨ 112-134 The Broadway ¨ Wimbledon ¨ SW19 1RL

Tel: 0870 013 6380
Fax: 0870 013 6381

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