Sr. Oracle Forms / Oracle Reports Developer

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Our client, a well-established Union County based Manufacturing company with over 40 plants/facilities nationwide is in search of a Sr. Oracle (Forms and Reports) Programmer/Analyst to design and develop business applications dealing with Inventory, Shipping, Shop Floor, Order Entry, and interface to Oracle Financial systems. This is a Contract position.
- Interact with customers and business community to develop the necessary functionality (Forms, Reports and Procedures).
- Prepare detailed programming specifications based on systems conceptual design documents.
- Design, develop, test and implement enhancements to existing and new software modules supporting manufacturing and financial systems using Oracle Forms, Oracle Reports and PL/SQL.
- Maintain current knowledge of Oracle Tools, programming techniques and operations requirements.
- Test programs and system interfaces to ensure processing accuracy and validate that programs perform according to design requirements.
- Adherence to I/S Department documentation and programming standards.
- Assists I/S Operations with the promotion of new and/or revised software modules.
- Four plus years? experience using Oracle Forms, Oracle Reports and PL/SQL
- Experience deploying Oracle Forms and Oracle Reports in an Oracle Application Server environment is a plus.
- Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university preferred
- Experience with PL/SQL stored procedures/packages/functions.
- Experience working with tables and views within forms and reports
- Functional experience with financial and manufacturing systems
- Experience working with or interfacing with Windows .Net applications is a plus

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