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Posted Wednesday, June 17, 2009 8:28 PM
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I am working as a database administrator and crystal reports developer for almost 3 years and am now looking for a new job in Melbourne. Please let me know if you know any company is hiring a dba or report developer. Thanks in advance.
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Posted Friday, June 19, 2009 6:37 AM
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Hi Wintop,
it's great that you have a 3+ years experience in DBA,
please go through these sites.

www.onesmartclick.com
www.recruit.net
www.justoracle.com
www.dbajobs.net

i would also suggest you to have a good resume of your's to get highlight yourself in the competition. the following are some good sites for online resume building having inbuilt resume templates.

http:
//www.interactiveresumebuilder.com

http://www.eresumemaker.com
http://www.resume-builder.net

Best luck for your interviews !!
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Posted Monday, September 5, 2011 6:52 AM
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Thanks for asking a query. If you are looking for a job in dba for 3+ years. you can visit the following site. http://www.chetanas.com
http://www.durgajobs.com

For finding a job your Resume must be best & attractive. you can visit the Resume templates site. This site provides a free resume templates samples for all resume category. This feature is best for a freshers who don't have an idea about How to write a resume
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just choose any proper resume format and try to highlight your roles and responsibilities you have played as a database administrator and also show some of your most proficient skills in oracle. Like you can mention you have knowledge of database schema, you know how to import data from source system and put them in to datawarehouse , knowledge of data mining. etc. go through proper guidelines.

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Hi,
I am sql server dba/dev with 3 yrs experience.
I am looking for a job.
Anybody knows how to contact or apply to get a job.

Regards,
Skybvi
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A good resume should start with a four-sentence summary:

- who am I ("ADBA with 3 years experience ...")
- what have I done ("I administered mission-critical databases for Acme Financial ...")
- why I am writing this ("I am looking for a challenging intermediate DBA position with a technology-oriented company...")
- what it means to you

The lattermost one ought to be tweaked for each company and hiring manager you are sending the resume to.

It helps to hint that you want to work for a manager who is looking for a problem solving ability, not for buzzwords on the resume.
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Posted Wednesday, June 13, 2012 3:07 AM
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Wintop,

Are you an Oracle guy or SQL? (Or both)

I see you are in Melbourne, Australia. I thought the IT employment situation over there was quite good these days, have things changed lately?

Regards,
D.
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