Job Description :
Job Title: Oracle Apps Developer
Location: Warwick, RI
Duration: 12 Months
Direct Client Position
Client: State of RI

Purpose:
The purpose of this solicitation is to hire an experienced application developer with strong skills Oracle Warehouse/Inventory, GL, AR, strong knowledge of Crystal Reports.

Scope: Vendor is to provide an experienced Oracle application developer/Financial Specialist to move the current Oracle Inventory, Warehouse Management, Order Management application off the Windows environment to Linux or Unix environment. The problem with these systems on the current Windows platform causes problems with the way the system functions and workarounds are created. These systems work better in a Linux or Unix environment. RIDOC purchased a toolkit which featured an environment with a comprehensive Unix/Linux and Windows integration management schema to manage Windows environments with UNIX commands. It really does not integrate that easily. RIDOC had no choice at the time but to move forward with the project with the environment in place. RIDOC also wants to move forward with the barcoding/scanning capabilities for better inventory/warehouse management as stated in the previous audit finding.

Oracle Application Developer/ with the following skill set:
Minimum of 5 years or more experience with Oracle Inventory/Warehouse
Extensive experience with Crystal Reports
Oracle Applications 12.1.3 Rel. 11.1.0.7
Some Unix or Linux Experience
Experience in migrating Oracle systems from Windows environment to Linux or Unix
Understanding of barcode scanning and how it works in the Oracle application
The Oracle Application Developer/Financial Specialist is expected to work well in a team environment to support and supplement the existing development activities.
The Oracle Application Developer/Financial Specialist is expected to work with the Enterprise Server Team setting up the new environment of Linux or Unix.
The Oracle Application Developer/Financial Specialist must have the ability to create documentation.
Interviews of proposed candidates will be conducted by project manager and State staff
Candidate will also have to be BCI checked

Deliverables:
Refresh the Test/Re-built instance for the application it has been a couple of years
Patch upgrades for the Oracle applications which many have not been applied
Upgrade to Unix or Linux from current windows environment: More security and easy accessibility. Work with the DoIT Enterprise Server Team setting up Unix/Linux environment
Bar Code project at CDC : Warehouse applications use labels that comply with Bar coding standards for Automatic identification and data collection (AIDC Bar code for data collection eliminates manual data collection, improves data collection accuracy, and reduces time and labor. Bar coding standards enable companies to encode, in bar code form, more information than basic product identification. Use this type of supplementary information (such as, Lot Number, Serial Number, License Plate Number, Quantity, etc to improve the management of the supply chain.
Migrate all the Oracle application – Inventory, Accts Receivable, Accts Payable, Order Management, Store Orders, General Ledger and USDA changes to new environment.
Additional programming changes needed for the USDA application interface with the Warehouse/Inventory program regarding the School Lunch and Summer Feedings programs. Knowledge of the UDSA application is preferred.