January 13, 2005

Oracle Systems Analysts/Programmers - UAE

Sharjah Municipality, United Arab Emirates is looking for TWO highly qualified ORACLE SYSTEMS ANALYSTS / PROGRAMMERS

Work scope covers the analysis, design, development, testing, and signoff of custom oracle application interfaces and reports; work is to be carried out in coordination with technical
and non- technical teams and as per the identified functional requirements and underlying databases.

- Full lifecycle project based work, assist in planning, designing and implementation of projects.
- Working with the project team members to understand the functional requirements of the assigned applications/modules and then deriving the relevant technical specifications.
- Identifying the comprehensive testing steps and acceptance criteria for the assigned applications to ensure user satisfaction and alignment with the functional requirements is
achieved on timely basis.
- Developing and testing the applications as per the above testing plan and criteria until user satisfaction is achieved and complete alignment with the functional requirements are established.
- Ensuring that all relevant documentation, as per the standards established for the project is in place and maintained up-to-date until sign-off.
- Training users might also be undertaken in some cases.

Qualifications required
- Minimum seven years of experience developing and maintaining oracle based applications using Oracle Designer/2000 & PL/SQL and SQL Plus, Forms (6i, 9i), Reports (6i, 9i) on RDBMS 9i/10g throughout all stages of project life cycle.

General requirements
- Bachelor of Information technology graduate ONLY (Engineering, computer science …).
- Fluency in English
- Ambitious and self-confident
- Ability to Work within a team environment.
- Self-motivated and has the ability to work under challenging time constraints

Qualified persons ONLY may submit their C.V (MS word and Adobe Acrobat formats only) within 10 days to: Hatem.mm@shjmun.gov.ae

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