Hub Designs is looking for an exceptional Oracle TCA Business Analyst / Developer
This position is with a fast growing consulting firm, Hub Solution Designs, Inc. It’s a challenging position with significant growth potential for an experienced person.
The Oracle TCA Business Analyst / Developer will be responsible for the successful delivery of an Oracle Customer Data Hub implementation, as well as building and managing relationships with client project managers, business owners and project teams.
Hub Designs is looking for a top notch person to join our team for a client project in the Southeast. We’re looking for someone with strong Oracle Customer Data Hub and E-Business Suite Release 12 experience. This person needs to be “techno-functional” – that is, have strong skills on both the technical and functional side of Oracle.
The project will involve writing functional and technical specifications for customer data related aspects of the project. Familiarity with Oracle’s Trading Community Architecture (TCA) and the associated Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) is a must. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are also required.
The client is in the high tech industry and will be implementing Oracle E-Business Suite R12 along with Oracle Customer Data Hub. Significant experience in master data management, data integration, and customer data quality tools is required. Past track record in implementing Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) integration with Oracle is a big plus, as is familiarity with data governance frameworks and processes.
If you meet the above requirements and have the legal right to work permanently in the United States, please send your resume (in Word or PDF format) with a brief introduction including your name, complete address, best phone number and e-mail address to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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