Oracle DBA - FTSE 100

Capita Resourcing Ltd (IT Resourcing)
45000.00 - 55000.00 GBP Annual + + Pension & Benefits
11 Aug 2017
19 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Oracle DBA required to join a FTSE 100 organisation based in the Coventry area.

This is a brand new position to accommodate for growth within the business. We are looking for an Oracle DBA to come in & assist with the support of a bespoke application. This will involve database support & data analysis. You will be supporting a bespoke financial application, delving into & analysing the database to gather information as to why charges have not gone out, why customers haven't been charged, why they've been overcharged etc.

In order to be considered for this position you will have strong Oracle PL/SQL skills and will come from either an Application Support or Oracle DBA background. Experience supporting bespoke applications, particularly billing platforms, would be desired, but is by no means essential.

If you are looking for something new, or are seeking to take the next step in your career, this could be a fantastic opportunity for you. With the backing of a FTSE 100 organisation, a clear career development plan and full training & development opportunities offered, this is a great opportunity to develop a career within a blue-chip organisation. The position is paying a salary of up to GBP55,000.

Capita IT Resourcing welcome applications from all suitably qualified people regardless of gender, race, disability, age or sexual orientation.

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