DATABASE APPLICATION DEVELOPER - AUTOMATION
My client operates within the automation / intralogistics / materials handling industry. They have a worldwide presence. They have various sites in the UK, and have shown an ongoing commitment to developing their staff and boast one a low staff turnover.
Requirements (training provided)
• Oracle SQL and PL/SQL.
• Oracle Apex, Java and C++
• Competent in linux based operating systems. Able to write shell scripts.
• significant application developer experience
• Oracle DBA and Linux
• DBA would be a bonus
The role is focused on develop and test tables, design, dashboards and reports. The role is focused on developing the data transfer mechanism using Oracle PL/SQL stored procedures, packages and triggers, and a Java server process and help to design and engineer improvements.
A good history of report writing is key for this position.
• Understand the current application and the data schema.
• Develop application deliverables within the time specified or provide early feedback where this is not possible.
• Use experience gained on previous projects and in previous companies to challenge design where there is a more appropriate solution. Use the agreed change control mechanism to do so
• Use the issue logging system (currently Jira) to report faults.
Northern Home Counties
There are no specialist Health & Safety issues related to this role.
Permanent (unless otherwise stated in the job title above).
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