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Snr. Oracle PL/SQL, Unix Developer looking for freelance work. [message #416502] Mon, 03 August 2009 02:29
ramesh_samane
Messages: 63
Registered: May 2006
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Hi:

I am looking out for freelance assignments/part-time/full-time employment with startup/established companies.

Here are my skill details (rating on 1-10 scale):

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Job Roles:
Lead Developer,
ETL Developer,
Assistant DBA,
On-call Production Support Team Member
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Primary Skills:
Oracle PL/SQL Development (11g/10g/9i/8i/8/7.x) 8+ Years (Rating: 8)
Secondary Skills:
Basic Oracle DBA Activities - 2+ Years (Rating: 6.5)
Unix Shell Scripting (AIX/Solaris/Red Hat Fedora 10 Linux) - 5+ Years (Rating: 7)
Informatica PowerCenter 7.x 2+ Years (Rating: 6)
BMC ControlM Job Scheduler 1+ Years (Rating: 6)
Jasper/iReport 6+ Months (Rating: 7)
MySQL Undergoing self-training
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I am open to work on any RDBMS, Reporting/BI Tools, ETL Tools and Open Source technologies.

I am currently working on freelance assignments from various freelance web sites and other sources and got an excellent ratings from the customers worked for (Average rating 9.5 out of 10 on RentACoder.com).

I can work as a Lead developer/Analyst, Individual Contributor or on Production Support roles and can work on customer sites or from home if required software set up/access is provided.

On freelance assignments I am open to work on hourly basis and on fixed price projects.

Please find attached my detail resume.

Thanks & Regards,

Ramesh

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