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RE: Dba or cook?

From: Mercadante, Thomas F \(LABOR\) <>
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2007 08:24:39 -0500
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You think Andrea was thinking about a cooking when she was typing?  

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[] On Behalf Of Kerber, Andrew Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2007 8:22 AM To:
Subject: Dba or cook?  

Below is an actual email I received. I bet a server would have to be marinated a longggggg time to be edible.  


We have a 2 -3 months contract need with a large client of us in St Louis
for a strong Oracle DBA.

Candidate needs to have experience in configuring and marinating development servers as well as managing production servers. Experience with Oracle 9i and/or 10g is required.

This is a possible hire opportunity after the initial contract but candidates need to be Green Card holders or US Citizens to be considered for fulltime employment.

Please send your resume along with contact, rate/salary and availability details if you are open to consider the opportunity.

Thank you

Andrea Skinner
Aptude Inc
630-692-6700 X 18

*Ask about our Consultant Referral Program* You could earn $500 for qualified referrals. Disclosure: Candidates must have worked for Aptude, Inc. for a period of
3 months
(90 Days) prior to receipt of Referral Fee

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