GET THE JOB: Senior Oracle Technical Developer (Oracle Forms Preferred)

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Are you or someone you know an Oracle Developer? Well, we have 18 excellent job opportunities in Detroit, Michigan. Our client is seeking 18 Oracle Developers for a long term project. The details are below. If you or someone you know is interested, please send an updated resume with your pay rate requirements to Matt Kosch at Thanks!

Here are the details…

You’ll be located inDetroit, Michigan and this will be a long term contract (10 months), and we’re looking to make this happen this month. The majority of the people will need to have Oracle Forms experience. There will be a few Oracle 11g Resources without Oracle Forms, but to be clear, Oracle Forms experience is strongly preferred.

You’d be filling a job that is a Senior Oracle Technical Developer position to maintain and enhance Oracle Forms Applications. We’re looking for a minimum of 5 years in PL/SQL and 5 years in Oracle Forms. You must have worked on a project where you have maintained the application(s) in Oracle 10g and Forms. You should have a strong Oracle 10 background.

Work product matters, so please make sure you resume shows where you have had Forms experience and how you developed them.

So to recap… we’re looking for those who have a strong background in the following:

Oracle 10g and above with a minimum 5 years’ experience – Advance level needed

Oracle Forms 6i with a minimum 5 years’ experience – Mid-level OK here

If you’re not available or interested, but know someone who might be, please provide them a copy of this job post! To apply or learn more about this opportunity, please contact Matt Kosch – today!

It’s about giving back and having fun at the Motor City Hoops Classic June 7 & 8

Motor City Hoops Classic LogoYou’ve heard of March Madness, right? Well, our President and CEO Cindy Pasky is ready to introduce you to June Madness.

She is a co-chair of the MetroPCS Motor City Hoops Classic, a 3-on-3 basketball tournament that will take place on the Detroit Riverfront outside of General Motors headquarters over the weekend of Saturday, June 7 and Sunday, June 8.

“This event will bring Metro Detroit companies together in a spirit of camaraderie and competition and they will celebrate both on our riverfront, said Pasky, who is also chair of Downtown Detroit Partnership. “We hope it might attract even more companies to our city. S3 has been downtown since it was founded in 1990 and I walk on the riverfront every day. I can tell you both are the place to be.”

Motor City Hoops Classic kickoff

Young hoops shooter makes a basket

The event will benefit the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy and the Detroit Goodfellows in honor of its 100th anniversary. The organization has been fulfilling its mission of “no kiddie without a Christmas” since 1914. The Detroit Goodfellows will distribute 35,000 gift packages to needy Detroit children in 2014. It also sponsors an emergency dental program for kids, awards scholarships through Wayne State University, provides free shoes to kids in need and sends hundreds of needy children to summer camp.

“At S3 we are all about helping children and supporting the communities in which we do business,” Pasky said. “Detroit Hoops allows us to do both.”

The MetroPCS Motor City Hoops Classic will also bring Downtown Detroit corporations and businesses together in the spirit of for their support and employee participation in the tournament. Downtown businesses are expected to enter teams in several corporate competition divisions.

S3 also participates in another set of collaborative corporate games. Those are called the Live Downtown Games. This annual event, which began in 2012, is held in July in Downtown Detroit tomorrow and is a competition among the six companies who participate in the Live Downtown program. The corporate teams participate in sporting events as well as a charity event.

Cindy Pasky speaking at Motor City Hoops Press conference

Strategic Staffing Solutions CEO and Chair of the DDP Cindy Pasky

The games were a huge success that connected the companies as well as people all around the city.

The Live Downtown program is a five-year, more than $4 million initiative that provides cash incentives to employees who choose to move to Downtown Detroit. S3 offers that program to its employees.

To learn more or sign up, visit