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WALKIN @ I-FLEX SOLUTIONS – BANGALORE – 16TH FEB. 2008 – ORACLE , PL/SQL PROGRAMMERS JOBS February 15, 2008

Posted by oraclewalkin in 2005 Passouts, Bangalore, BSc, Electronics, Finance, Graduates, Microsoft, Off Campus, Oracle, PL/SQL, walk-in, walkin, walkins.
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PL/SQL Developers

Experience: 3 to 4 yrs

Technology: Oracle pl/sql with Banking or Financial domain.

Job Requisites: Experience in hands-on PL/SQL Programming (Oracle 9i/ Oracle 10g)
Exposure to Functions, procedures, triggers etc
Excellent in understanding of SDLC, architectures, Case Tools
Excellent in communication skills, experience interfacing the customer
should have experience in Banking or financial domain

Walk-In Date: 16 Feb 08 | 9 am to 12 pm

I-flex solutions (www.iflexsolutions.com) is a world leader in providing IT solutions to the financial services industry, with more than 700 Plus customers in over 120 countries. Its range of products, custom solutions and consulting services enable financial institutions to cut costs, respond rapidly to market needs, enhance customer service levels and mitigate risk.

Venue:
I-Flex Solutions Ltd., I-Flex Park,
C/O. Embassy Business Park, C.V. Raman Nagar, Bangalore – 560093.

Contact Person: Ida Joby

You need to carry the following documents:
Copy of this mail
Hard copy of your resume.
1 passport size photograph
last 2 months pay slips.

THOSE CANDIDATES WHO HAVE ATTENEDED THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS IN ANY OF OUR BRANCHE WITHIN 6 MONTHS MAY IGNORE THIS .

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