PL/SQL Developer x 2

 Location: Edinburgh
 Salary: Excellent Day Rates
 Job type: Temporary
 Closes: closed

PL/SQL Developer x 2

Contract, 6 – 24 months

Excellent Day Rate


Posted Monday 11 February 2019

Start Feb – Mar 19


Our client, a leading financial services firm, is actively looking for two PL/SQL Developers to work on two separate streams of business.


Responsibilities of the PL/SQL Developers:


- Provide efficiency gains across key business areas

- Become an expert across a suite of in-house built applications ranging from Oracle forms to web based, as well as 3rd party products

- Work on business plan project work

- Continuous development and support

- Work on integration of the execution management system, integration of the trade processing system, replacement of the legacy cash management system and a reporting overhaul for the trading Department

- Assist in process improvements for trading collective investment scheme instruments


Background of the PL/SQL Developers:


- Extensive experience working specifically within a PL/SQL development capacity with strong Oracle RDBMS experience being essential for the role

- Experience working within a large scale organisation

- Able to evidence exposure on working on longer term pieces of work / programmes / projects upon CV

- Strong technical skills essential

- Strong stakeholder management skills essential


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Associate Director - IT & Change

Gordon Willmott

Gordon is one of the founding members of Meraki Talent and heads up the growing IT and change division covering both the financial services and the commerce and industry space. Gordon is an experienced recruiter, having spent over a decade in the industry. In his spare time he mentors for The Princes Trust in Scotland.