Oracle Developer in Denver, CO
Denver, CO - Oracle Developer/Programmer Analyst
∑ Certification - Oracle desired
∑ Education -Bachelor's Degree
∑ Education Area of Emphasis - Information Systems
∑ Software/Equipment Proficiency -
∑ Oracle Forms & Reports (6i and 10g)
∑ Years Experience - 2-5 years
∑ Requirements for the position include a Bachelorís Degree in Information System or equivalent, two to three years of Forms and Reports and PL/SQL. Enthusiasm is strong in our team. All team members meet with our users, which includes plant management, operating personnel, and corporate management up to the president. Your ability to design and communicate designs is as important as your ability to implement your designs.
∑ Leprino Foods is a quiet Denver company and perhaps the largest maker of cheese in the world. In the United States we have nine plants manufacturing cheese 24 x 7. Process and product data is collected from the manufacturing process and stored in an Oracle-based system called CIM, Computer Integrated Manufacturing. CIM is a product of 10 years of development using Oracle Forms and Reports. CIM is currently maintained in two versions, a client/server version and a web-based version using Oracle Application Server. An evolution to JDeveloper / Java is inevitable. The system is continually expanding and supported by a 5-member team. There is a chair open!
∑ Manufacturing experience, Java, JDeveloper and Word/Excel are skills that are desirable. Enthusiasm is required.
∑ Please send a resume with salary history for consideration to email@example.com or fax to 303-305-6960 or apply online at apply for this job on-line at http://www.leprinofoods.com/employme...rimary_key=882
We support a drug-free work environment. EOE/AA
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