Oracle Applications Developer

Metairie, LA

Responsibilities include:
• Gathering and analyzing business requirements/system requirements
• Work with the business functional areas to research and identify the best technical solution to support the most efficient business process
• Documenting technical specifications/requirements
• Adhere to development standards, processes, guidelines and procedures including Oracle A.I.M. Methodology
• Produce unit test scripts and support all testing activities
• Must possess excellent verbal and written communications skills
• Must be able to communicate effectively and work with team members and members of other functional teams to coordinate and meet deliverables
• Must be able to work in a fast paced environment with minimal supervision

• 3 years Oracle EBS functional development experience focusing on HR, Payroll, Procurement, Financials, Fixed Assets and Project Costing
• PL/SQL development involving Oracle EBS Time and Labor, Human Resources and Financials suites including knowledge of the underlying data model as well as basic process and data flow
• Hands on experience in development using best practices and standards on Oracle technologies
• A proven track record developing and documenting systems requirements, and designing, prototyping and testing under multiple deadlines
• Must have experience interfacing with functional end-users in developing required programs
• Skilled at technical problem solving and software change management
• R12, Toad experience a plus
• Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field preferred


Job Location Details

Facility: Bollinger Metairie
Address: Metairie, LA
Phone Number: 9855327709

Please apply in-person or contact the facility Human Resources Department for further information.

Contact: Kaitlin Dobney
Main Office: 985-532-2554
Direct Line: 985-209-7010
Email: [email protected]

Bollinger is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing employment opportunities to minorities, females, veterans and disabled individuals, and without regard to sexual orientation and gender identity.