Junior Oracle ETL Developer

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East-sussex Contract / 6 months £400 - £500 per day

Junior Oracle ETL Developer – Contract | Eastbourne | 6 months

My client has an urgent requirement for a Junior Oracle ETL Developer to work on an initial 6 month contract in Eastbourne. For the Junior Oracle ETL Developer to be successful they will ideally have public sector experience and strong communication skills and have worked on at least one or two Oracle ETL projects following already defined ETL designs.

Job Reference: JO-1805-135351

Salary: £400 - £500 per day

Salary per: Day

Job Duration: 6 months

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