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IT Staffing

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TORONTO- Database Analyst,SYBASE- up to $55,000
Posted: Nov 6, 1996 7:33 PM
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>Toronto -Database Analyst, SYBASE- up to $55,000

Our client is a leader in the financial industry who is looking for an
individual to maintain and enhance databases, system interfaces, and
user access tools. This hire will be responsible for developing
datasets, converting and loading data, and preparing data for
analysis. Knowledge of UNIX and SYBASE are required with SAS
experience a strong asset.

If you are interested in exploring this exciting opportunity, please
contact Chris Widdup in absolute confidence by sending your resume in
Word or Ascii format to: cwiddup@itstaff.com or faxing it to (416)
364 -2424. You may also mail your resume to: IT Staffing, 141
Adelaide Street West, Suite 770, Toronto, ON M5H 3L9 or telephone
(416)
364 -8800.

IT Staffing's commitment to you includes absolute confidentially; we
will never reveal your resume to any client company or individual,
without your express permission and only after fully briefing you of
the pros and cons of the position; we will take the time to fully
understand your career development and planning needs and aspirations;
we focus on developing relationships with clients who can offer you,
the IT professional, the best in technical advancement and corporate
growth and stability.

All of our clients expect a minimum of two years post graduate
on -the -job experience even for the most junior assignments. All
applications are appreciated , however only interview candidates will
be contacted at this time.

FOR UP -TO -DATE INFORMATION ON ALL OUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CHECK OUT
OUR NEW PAGE ON THE NET AT URL:http://www.itstaff.com

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>Toronto -Research Analyst, SAS, Predictive Modelling Techniques- up to $55,000

A major financial institution in the Toronto area is looking for a
sharp-minded, business oriented research analyst. The hire will be
responsible for performing ad hoc queries of databases, analysing
data, and developing models to predict financial results of proposed
programs. Knowledge of statistical analysis, predictive modelling
techniques, and SAS are required.

If you are interested in exploring this exciting opportunity, please
contact Chris Widdup in absolute confidence by sending your resume in
Word or Ascii format to: cwiddup@itstaff.com or faxing it to (416)
364 -2424. You may also mail your resume to: IT Staffing, 141
Adelaide Street West, Suite 770, Toronto, ON M5H 3L9 or telephone
(416)
364 -8800.

IT Staffing's commitment to you includes absolute confidentially; we
will never reveal your resume to any client company or individual,
without your express permission and only after fully briefing you of
the pros and cons of the position; we will take the time to fully
understand your career development and planning needs and aspirations;
we focus on developing relationships with clients who can offer you,
the IT professional, the best in technical advancement and corporate
growth and stability.

All of our clients expect a minimum of two years post graduate
on -the -job experience even for the most junior assignments. All
applications are appreciated , however only interview candidates will
be contacted at this time.

FOR UP -TO -DATE INFORMATION ON ALL OUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CHECK OUT
OUR NEW PAGE ON THE NET AT URL:http://www.itstaff.com







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