Walkin, SQL /PLSQL, Java Developments, QA Engineers, 1 to 5 years of experience – Oracle, Mumbai, India

Posted on November 7, 2006. Filed under: Java/J2EE Technologies, Mumbai, PL/SQL, QA Engineer, Walk-in |

Wanted: ORACLE Developers 2000, PL/SQL, JAVA & QA Engineers.


We are looking for various exciting and challenging opportunities at Oracle India.

Please mail the resumes of your friends who match the below criteria. Also you can forward the mail to your friends/groups who are looking out for a challenging career.

SQL /PLSQL Developments ( 1-5 yrs)

Strong Design and development skills with Excellent D2k, SQL, PL/SQL coding, debugging and performance tuning skills. Experience in Oracle applications is a plus.

Java Developments ( 2-5 yrs)

Strong Design and development skills with strong experience in Core JAVA / J2EE. Very good understanding of Object Oriented Design concepts, Should have exposure to SQL.

QA Engineers (1-4 yrs)

Experience in product testing and quality assurance.Familiar with software quality assurance methodologies and techniques. Good experience with Winrunner /Automation Technologies. Domain knowledge of HR/PAYROLL is preferred.

Selection details: Interested professionals can meet us with the updated resume on

Date: 12th nov 06 (Sunday)

Time: 9:00 am –12:00 noon

Venue: Le meridian, Sahar Airport Road – Andheri (East),Mumbai

Contact Person: Bhanu R

Selection Process: All the shortlisted professionals have to go through technical written test. Followed by 2-3 technichal & HR interviews.

For further queries please mail bhanu.reddy@oracle.com or reach us at 040-55051982

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