PL/SQL Developer

Company Name:
Business & Technology Managment Group
Role: Our Client is seeking an PL/SQL Developer in Madison, WI. The successful candidate will join an existing project team at a large client and provide application support and will be responsible for finding and correcting customer data issues on the customer data hub.

Please include a skill grid with your submittal: Please include a skills grid on the email submittal with number of years experience with each required skill and how they rate themselves on a scale of 1-5 is desired (1=weak, 3= average, 5=expert).

Required Skills - Should be strong in the following:
Strong PL/SQL development experience - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =
Strong Oracle 10g development experience - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =
Strong COBOL - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =
Strong analytical skills - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =
JCL experience - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =
CA7 experience - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =
DB2 experience - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =
MQ Series experience - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =
Java experience (can be light)- Years of experience = and Skill Rating =
Good work ethic - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =
Team player who works well with others - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =
Excellent communication skills (verbal & written) with end users, IT and management - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =
Flexible in a fast-paced, changing environment - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =
Highly organized individual - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =
Customer focused individual - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =

Desired Skills:
Insurance background - Years of experience = and Skill Rating =

Question: Please provide a brief description on why you would be a good fit for this position (please don't cut-n-paste from your resume



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