Job Description :
Job Title: Oracle EBS lead for Coupa

Location: San Rafael, CA

Duration 6 Months


Minimum years of experience required: 10-12 yrs.

Are you OK with H1B candidates? Yes

Would you require the candidates to meet you for in person interview? No

Is Skype/WebEx interview OK? Yes

Must Have Skills

- Oracle EBS Financials

- Oracle EBS P2P process flow knowledge

- Working in onsite offshore model

Nice to have skills

- Indepth knowledge of P2P table structure and reports

- PLSQL adhoc query writing skills

Detailed Job Description

10-12 years of hands-on technical experience in Oracle R12 Supply Chain modules with good functional understanding of P2P flows

Have extensive exposure and experience in Purchasing , iprocurement & Payables modules

Experience in designing, developing, implementing interfaces, extensions and reports in Oracle EBS especially in P2P, Finance modules Architecture & Design/Solutioning/Development experience

Oracle Technical Skills - Forms Oracle Reports, XML Publisher, PL/SQL, Business Events & APIs

Oracle workflow / AME and OAF are must.

Good Understanding of Oracle E-Business Suite technical architecture, underlying table structures and usage to design and develop efficient program units

Experience in requirement gathering, requirement analysis, system design, architecture, development.

Experience with Coupa optional

Excellent communication skills. Demonstrated ability to work across diverse and global teams.

Experience in preparing MD70, MD120 documents

Working knowledge of software development life cycles

Work with 3rd party teams for project delivery

Interface at an intermediate level with Business System Analysts and other the Business Engagement Teams during the design, development and testing processes

Minimum years of experience: 5+

Certifications Needed :No

Top 3 responsibilities you would expect the Subcon to shoulder and execute

- Interact with the client stakeholders

- Manage and oversee the offshore deliverables.

- Drive requirement gathering and elicitation