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Discussion in 'Embedded' started by Umesh Sharma, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. Umesh Sharma

    Umesh Sharma Guest

    Greetings! Partner

    These are the hottest requirements from excellent clients. Please
    revert with updated resume ASAP
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    Location: Dallas, TX
    Duration: 12-18 months
    Position: Financial Technical
    Need local or close to the location- Face to Face interview

    Requirement:
    Need a strong Sr. level Oracle Applications developer with strong
    PL/SQL and Oracle 11i Financials (AP, AR, GL, INV).
    Needs to score very high on ProveIt (or comparable) PL/SQL assessment
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    Loc: Kansas City.
    Length: Initial 6 + month contract with great possibility of extension
    Interview: ASAP
    Start Date: ASAP

    The client is looking at development in Oracle manufacturing apps
    including Supply Chain. An Oracle technical person should have the
    following skills: Oracle Workflow development (Preferably in Order
    Management), oracle reports development, HTML/JAVA would be a plus. The
    Java/HTML work is in the Oracle PLM (Product Lifecycle Management)
    module.
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    Position: Financial Technical
    Location: Pittsburgh, PA
    Duration: 6 months

    We have the AP, AR, GL, and HR Oracle Application modules.

    1. For the 11i project contract position, AR is the focus. Oracle
    reports, forms, and PL/SQL skills are needed.
    2. For the 5-4-4-project contract position, financials in general are
    needed. Oracle reports, KSH script, And PL/SQL skills are needed.
    Mainframe (JCL) is a plus.
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    Wishing you a wonderful day Ahead!
    Thanks & Regards,

    | Umesh Sharma |

    |Technical Resource Specialist - FCS Software Solutions Inc. | Phone# 1
    800.566.4604 / 408.324.0436 Extn# 843 Fax# 408-324-1113|Email:
    |Yahoo IM: , |Hotmail IM:
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    Umesh Sharma, Jan 8, 2007
    #1
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  2. Ok this is spam, but again, what would one do about it? You'd contact
    an ISP. Complaining here does not help. It puts the lie to the "camel
    in the tent" metaphor. It's more about distinguishing would-be friends
    from obvious foes.


    Cheers,
    Brandon Van Every
     
    Brandon J. Van Every, Jan 8, 2007
    #2
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  3. I suppose you could say "FCS Software Solutions Inc are
    spammers"...
    It is a lot easier to complain to the ISP when the group definitely
    did not allow commercial postings. Otherwise you have to say, "yes, we
    do allow some kinds of job advert, but in my opinion this particular
    one does not fulfill the criteria required".
     
    John Devereux, Jan 8, 2007
    #3
  4. Umesh Sharma

    Pete Fenelon Guest

    This crap's off topic here.

    pete
     
    Pete Fenelon, Jan 8, 2007
    #4
  5. Umesh Sharma

    Tim Wescott Guest

    Tim Wescott, Jan 8, 2007
    #5
  6. Umesh Sharma

    CBFalconer Guest

    You contact the numbers below, prefereably the 408 number,
    collect. A few of these accepted will remove the financial
    incentive to spam. Rejection of the calls removes the point of
    spamming. Complaining to google does absolutely no good, unless
    you like receiving messages from bots saying they won't do
    anything. You also post something here which tends to assist
    others in making such complaints. Complaints to the 800 number
    actually cost them something, but doesn't rub their nose in it.
    Emails cost them nothing, but might get read, and will at least
    clutter their inbox. The objective is to penalize.

    Not too complicated for those who do not want to supinely give in.
    You whack the camel firmly on the nose with a two-by-four and
    encourage others to do the same.

    </quote>
     
    CBFalconer, Jan 9, 2007
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