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    Thumbs up Dublin?

    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.

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    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.

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    Not sure I know where Dublin is exactly - is it North-West or North-East London?
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    "contract resources" Referring to humans as resources reminds me of the Nazis reference to Jews.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    Not sure I know where Dublin is exactly - is it North-West or North-East London?
    Somewhere near Kilburn I think
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    Boom time in Dublin at the moment

    Cheap houses too
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    Quote Originally Posted by alreadypacked View Post
    Boom time in Dublin at the moment
    Tell me more. Mrs OG is keen to move home to Ireland.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Greg View Post
    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alreadypacked View Post
    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.
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    Rates are pants thought aren't they in Ireland?

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