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Oracle webcenter professional with Zensar [2-15 yrs]

Posted by Pavan DBA on September 8, 2011


Experience required for the Job: 2 – 15 years
Annual Salary of the Job: 0.0 – 6.0 Lacs
Dear Candidate,
Hi,
Greetings!
We (StealthHunt Consulting) are an Indian ERP, CRM & BI and Telecom recruitment specialist offering services to facilitate recruitment at all hierarchical levels and functions. We are headquartered in Pune, India.
We have an urgent requirement for our reputed client Zensar Technology for Hyderabad location.

Company: Zensar Technology
Role: Oracle Webcenter
Location: Hyderabad
Salary: Best in the Industry

JD:
Required Skills:
Oracle WebCenter 11g PS2 or PS3 experience
Oracle WebCenter Framework development experience.
Demonstrated Oracle WebCenter Spaces experience
Demonstrated Oracle ADF and Taskflow development experience.
UCM 10g or 11g development and/or administration experience

Job Description:
The Oracle WebCenter Suite Developer is responsible for the analysis, design, integration, testing, deployment and support of WebCenter Suite based enterprise solutions.
Responsibilities will include providing technical leadership and hands-on capabilities in Oracle WebCenter Suite technology.

If interested send your updated CV with following details:

Current Company:
Total Experience:
Relevant Experience:
Current CTC:
Expected CTC:
Notice Period:
Current Location:

Thanks & Regards
Manasi Kulkarni |Sr.Recruiter-StealthHunt Consulting
+91-020-65008174 |manasi@stealthhunt.co.in
http://www.stealthhunt.co.in/

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