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oscarose
8th August 2012, 12:03
This came in this morning. I can't go but thought I'd pass on the lead...


Good Morning,

Massive Oracle Development Project in Dublin - looking for over 15 Daily Rate contract resources for a Bank in Dublin.

Oracle Technical Lead / Oracle Technical Architect (New Position)

Financial Services Location: Dublin
Details: Initially 6 months
Start: ASAP
Market Rate:

My Dublin based client currently requires an experienced Oracle Technical Lead / Oracle Technical Architect to join their team for an initial 6 month contract with a view to a possible extension.
The successful candidate will possess 4+ years experience as a Technical Team Lead in an Oracle environment with a strong development background prior to that.
Experience/Knowledge (if any)
• 3-5yrs+ experience as a technical team lead working with the design, development &; strategy of the development project
• Dealing with multiple business stakeholders
• Managing production of deliverables to tight deadlines across multiple projects - technologies - forms, reports, Oracle 10G &;;; PL/SQL

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Senior Oracle Developers x 15 contractors

Financial services Location: Dublin (Republic of Ireland)
Details: Initially 6 months
Start: ASAP Rate:
Market Rate
My client is looking for an Oracle Developer working on forms and reports predominately using Oracle 10g - .
Experience in providing.
Applications support services in accordance with agreed SLAs.
Ability and willingness to operate effectively in a challenging IT / business environment.
At least 4 years experience of PLSQL.
At least 4 years experience of Oracle Forms.
At least 3 years experience of Oracle Reports
At least 2 years experience of Oracle 10g
Please sent an updated CV if interested.-

Excellent referral scheme offered - Please get in touch

I apologise if these contract jobs aren't an exact match to your experience but can you send me an updated copy of your CV.

:o

Malcolm Buggeridge
8th August 2012, 12:14
The world of the Oracle contractor is a very small one.

The Oracle chaps here have been on about debt rolesin Dublin all week and I suspect that half of them will end up decamping there.

BrilloPad
8th August 2012, 12:17
Not sure I know where Dublin is exactly - is it North-West or North-East London?

Paddy
8th August 2012, 12:21
"contract resources" Referring to humans as resources reminds me of the Nazis reference to Jews.

norrahe
8th August 2012, 13:19
Not sure I know where Dublin is exactly - is it North-West or North-East London?

Somewhere near Kilburn I think :eyes

alreadypacked
8th August 2012, 13:25
Boom time in Dublin at the moment :D

Cheap houses too

Old Greg
8th August 2012, 13:59
Boom time in Dublin at the moment :D



Tell me more. Mrs OG is keen to move home to Ireland.

alreadypacked
8th August 2012, 14:39
Tell me more. Mrs OG is keen to move home to Ireland.

Lots of start-up in Dublin, lots of funding from VC.
Existing companies have a lot of work, things that were in the pipeline now have funding.
But like the city, if you don't have a good match on skill-set they will not talk to you.
Also be prepared to do some kind of on-line or phone teck interview before the phone interview.

HTH

Old Greg
8th August 2012, 14:43
Lots of start-up in Dublin, lots of funding from VC.
Existing companies have a lot of work, things that were in the pipeline now have funding.
But like the city, if you don't have a good match on skill-set they will not talk to you.
Also be prepared to do some kind of on-line or phone teck interview before the phone interview.

HTH

Thanks. Am in a bit of a bind for move to Ireland. My experience is entirely healthcare and government cuts have left the Irish healtrh service (and private sector not much better) a desert. So I need to find a healthcare I.T. company. My skill-set is around PM and business change, so not so easily transferrable as a techie.

stek
8th August 2012, 15:05
Rates are pants thought aren't they in Ireland?

alreadypacked
8th August 2012, 15:26
Rates are pants thought aren't they in Ireland?

It depends on the rate of exchange.

alreadypacked
8th August 2012, 15:29
Thanks. Am in a bit of a bind for move to Ireland. My experience is entirely healthcare and government cuts have left the Irish healtrh service (and private sector not much better) a desert. So I need to find a healthcare I.T. company. My skill-set is around PM and business change, so not so easily transferrable as a techie.

Get in touch with some Irish agents, get your LinkedIn profile up to date.
You will not know until you try.

Old Greg
8th August 2012, 15:38
Get in touch with some Irish agents, get your LinkedIn profile up to date.
You will not know until you try.

You are of course correct. Am on the case.

MrMark
8th August 2012, 16:59
This came in this morning. I can't go but thought I'd pass on the lead...


Good Morning,

Massive Oracle Development Project in Dublin - looking for over 15 Daily Rate contract resources for a Bank in Dublin.

Oracle Technical Lead / Oracle Technical Architect (New Position)

Financial Services Location: Dublin
Details: Initially 6 months
Start: ASAP
Market Rate:

My Dublin based client currently requires an experienced Oracle Technical Lead / Oracle Technical Architect to join their team for an initial 6 month contract with a view to a possible extension.
The successful candidate will possess 4+ years experience as a Technical Team Lead in an Oracle environment with a strong development background prior to that.
Experience/Knowledge (if any)
• 3-5yrs+ experience as a technical team lead working with the design, development &; strategy of the development project
• Dealing with multiple business stakeholders
• Managing production of deliverables to tight deadlines across multiple projects - technologies - forms, reports, Oracle 10G &;;; PL/SQL

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Senior Oracle Developers x 15 contractors

Financial services Location: Dublin (Republic of Ireland)
Details: Initially 6 months
Start: ASAP Rate:
Market Rate
My client is looking for an Oracle Developer working on forms and reports predominately using Oracle 10g - .
Experience in providing.
Applications support services in accordance with agreed SLAs.
Ability and willingness to operate effectively in a challenging IT / business environment.
At least 4 years experience of PLSQL.
At least 4 years experience of Oracle Forms.
At least 3 years experience of Oracle Reports
At least 2 years experience of Oracle 10g
Please sent an updated CV if interested.-

Excellent referral scheme offered - Please get in touch

I apologise if these contract jobs aren't an exact match to your experience but can you send me an updated copy of your CV.

:o

Ni idea if it's legit or not. Could be one of the better examples of fishing we've seen yet - looks very plausible, despite the 15 Oracle contractors required bit...

escapeUK
8th August 2012, 17:04
Lots of start-up in Dublin, lots of funding from VC.
Existing companies have a lot of work, things that were in the pipeline now have funding.
But like the city, if you don't have a good match on skill-set they will not talk to you.
Also be prepared to do some kind of on-line or phone teck interview before the phone interview.

HTH

This is the complete opposite of what I saw on a recent program. Younger generation leaving on mass as there is no work, painted a terrible picture of a country without hope or a future.

Old Greg
8th August 2012, 17:19
This is the complete opposite of what I saw on a recent program. Younger generation leaving on mass as there is no work, painted a terrible picture of a country without hope or a future.

Education leavers and workers from throw construction industry are leaving in depressing numbers. Certain industries are doing well.

ShandyDrinker
8th August 2012, 21:03
It depends on the rate of exchange.

True... but the exchange rate is not so great at the moment (compared to the same time last year). Still, if it's where the work is and the rate is acceptable then it's probably worthwhile going for.

norrahe
9th August 2012, 09:47
This is the complete opposite of what I saw on a recent program. Younger generation leaving on mass as there is no work, painted a terrible picture of a country without hope or a future.

Its a cycle that's been happening for years, though the economy will take some time to pick up after the celtic tiger debacle, but it will get there eventually.

Every 20 years it seems there is a huge dip in the economy followed by a lot of emigration, followed by a gradual pick up.

moggy
9th August 2012, 09:57
True... but the exchange rate is not so great at the moment (compared to the same time last year). Still, if it's where the work is and the rate is acceptable then it's probably worthwhile going for.

Dublin is blooming expensive too mind you!

Have family there, lovely place to live/work though.

zemoxyl
9th August 2012, 10:45
Ni idea if it's legit or not. Could be one of the better examples of fishing we've seen yet - looks very plausible, despite the 15 Oracle contractors required bit...

It's legit all right - even if getting off to a slow start. It's a big international client.
I won't give you the Co. name, so best contact the agent (via the OP) if interested.

I don't use job boards, but it may be advertised on there.

Good luck and DYOR.

alreadypacked
9th August 2012, 12:18
Education leavers and workers from throw construction industry are leaving in depressing numbers. Certain industries are doing well.

WHS

During boom time they could not get enough students for IT degrees, easy to get other jobs.
Spain has the same problem, lots of under 25 with no degrees or transferable skills.

Contractor roles are short term to start with, lots of 3- 6 month contract.
With a good skill set, next role is easy to find, at the moment.