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Fwd:Oracle Upgrade DBA Wanted

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Date: Fri, 02 Mar 2001 07:15:42 -0800
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OK Folks,

    I got this in the old inbox this morning. Most likely it came from one of the job search services like Funny how those services just can't forget you. Anyway it is of no interest to me, I like the New England area and am not interested in moving, but there may be one or more of you who are interested as has been said in the past. So don't shoot the messenger & do make appropriate use of the delete key if needed.

Dick Goulet

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Author: Mike Green <>
Date:       3/1/2001 7:39 PM

Hi Dick

My company is currently looking to hire a full-time Senior Oracle DBA with technical, and some functional, experience supporting Oracle Financial apps.

Ideally, we're hoping to find someone who has been through a few backend and application upgrades because we need to begin immediately.

The initial project involves upgrading from Oracle 7x to 8i on the RDBMS side then phasing out 10.7 smart client and moving to Oracle 11i / 11.5.2. We're also hoping to phase out many of the customizations that have been made to the financial modules such as HR, OM, GL, AR, AP and Payroll.

We're located in the Glendale/Pasadena area which is a great place to live.

If you or somebody you know is interested in becoming part of our Oracle team, send me a resume. If you're not interested in this job or don't want to be bothered, send me an email and let me know.


Michael Green

Triad Project Management
3452 E Foothill Blvd Suite 530
Pasadena, CA 91107


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