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Technical Test Lead | Oracle Apps Functional | Oracle MDM
Ref No.: 18-00822
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Position Type:Contract
Start Date / End Date: 11/30/2017 to 12/31/2017
Job Description: IVS Unit

Note::
"Below are the contractual Background verification and Drug Test requirements for Client. We are getting the BG checks done through ADP.

1.1 Background Investigations
Service Provider shall conduct Background Investigations in accordance with then current Client Policies and Procedures. This Section 4.3 sets forth Client Policies and Procedures relating to Background Investigations as of the Effective Date of this Agreement.
(a) Service Provider will be required to conduct Background Investigations in accordance with this Section for any Service Provider Personnel who will (i) have access to any assets of Client or its Affiliates, including buildings, properties, computer systems, trade secrets, Client Data, Confidential Information and/or employee or customer information, and/or (ii) have contact with any customers of Client or its Affiliates. Such Background Investigations must be completed for each Service Provider Personnel prior to the first day upon which such Service Provider Personnel begins to provide the Services. The purpose of the Background Investigation is to ensure application of an appropriate level of security to Service Provider Personnel who may affect the reliability, safety and integrity of Client's business and assets.
(b) At a minimum, Background Investigations must include the following:
(i) Use of, as Background Investigation search components, the applicant's date of birth and all names/aliases provided or identified during the Background Investigation;
(ii) SSN Verification and Trace; and
(iii) Searches of: (A) National criminal database, such as the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) or the Widescreen Plus National Criminal Search; (B) 7 year county and, if available, local municipality criminal database search using addresses from the previous seven years; (C) 7 year Federal District Court criminal database search using addresses from the previous seven years; (D) 7 year State Law Enforcement Verification using addresses from the previous seven years; (E) The National Sex Offender & Violent Abuse Registry; (F) Global OFAC; (G) 7 year Employment Verification; (H) Education Verification – Highest completed; and (I) 5-panel Drug Test;
provided, however, that for Service Provider Personnel who are citizens of India: (I) a passport check is substituted for a SSN Verification and Trace; and (II) a police verification is substituted for The National Sex Offender & Violent Abuse Registry.
(c) If required by Client, Service Provider will provide a photograph of each Service Provider Personnel to Client prior to the start of the Services. Photo requirements for identification badges include the following: (i) the image must be in color and must be clear with no distortions of any kind; (ii) the image should be taken against a white background; (iii) the image should be centered in the photo from the top of the shoulders to the top of the head (do not include anything below the shoulders in the photo); (iv) no sunglasses or headwear of any kind, unless for religious purposes; (v) must be sent in JPEG format; and (vi) image files must be named for the badge holder and in JPEG format (e.g., badge holder name.jpg) with pixel resolution set to 640 pixels wide by 480 pixels tall.
(d) Service Provider is responsible for initiating, evaluating and completing all Background Investigations in accordance with any applicable Laws, including the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
(e) Additionally, any Service Provider Personnel who will have access to Personally Identifiable Information, trade secrets related to business strategy or business plans, or non-public financial information related to the Client's financial or strategic direction, will be required to have a credit check.
(f) The Background Investigation shall be a minimum requirement, and some Client business units or departments may have more stringent Background Investigation requirements for particular roles as permitted or required by applicable Law, including: (i) license or professional certification verifications; (ii) physical and psychological examinations, including random drug testing; (iii) education verifications; and/or (iv) driver's license/MVR check. Any requirement to have the additional Background Investigation set forth under this Section will be addressed in the applicable Order.
(g) Service Provider shall require all Subcontractors and Service Provider Personnel to self-report to Service Provider any criminal arrests or convictions of Service Provider Personnel who (i) have access to any assets of Client or its Affiliates, including buildings, properties, computer systems, trade secrets, Client Data, Confidential Information and/or employee or customer information, and/or (ii) have contact with any customers of Client or its Affiliates, unless such a requirement conflicts with applicable Laws.
(h) Service Provider shall not permit any Service Provider Personnel to perform any Services under any Order if a Background Investigation, self-report, credit check or other information known to Service Provider shows any items that would likely have a negative impact upon the safety and security of Persons at any Site, Client's or its Affiliates' assets or customers, or performance of the Services. For each Service Provider Personnel, Service Provider will submit a written Background Investigation certification, in a form provided by Client, confirming that the Background Investigation has been conducted in accordance with the requirements of this Section and that no material items were discovered in the Service Provider Personnel's Background Investigation which would impact performance of the Services to Client. In all situations, Service Provider will evaluate the eligibility of all Service Provider Personnel in accordance with all applicable Laws, including but not limited to federal guidance related to the use of criminal records issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs. An individual with a history of one or more convictions of a crime may be deemed to pose an unacceptable safety or security risk to Service Provider or Client or its Affiliates and therefore may be removed from further consideration for the position in question. At a minimum, Service Provider will consider the nature and gravity of the offense or conduct; the nature of the duties of the job the individual would be assigned; the number of offenses for which the individual was convicted; the age of the individual at the time of conviction, or release from incarceration; evidence that the individual has performed the same type of work, post-conviction, with no known incidents of criminal conduct; the length and consistency of employment history before and after the offense or conduct; rehabilitation efforts, e.g., education/training; employment or character references; whether the individual is bonded under a federal, state, or local bonding program; and any other information regarding fitness for the particular position. At all times, the guiding principle shall be whether this particular applicant/employee based on all of the factors set out above, presents an unacceptable safety or security risk. Service Provider shall not consider arrests that do not result in findings of guilt unless Service Provider has evidence that the individual has engaged in the conduct for which he or she was arrested. Similarly, where a credit report is required, Service Provider shall make an individualized assessment whether this particular applicant/employee represents an unacceptable safety or security risk. Applicants shall not be rejected based merely on evidence that, through no fault of their own, they have been unable to pay their bills.
(i) Service Provider shall immediately notify Client in writing when any Service Provider Personnel: (i) no longer requires access to assets of Client or its Affiliates; (ii) a Service Provider Personnel is terminated or his or her employment is otherwise ended; or (iii) the Services are either completed or terminated, so that Client can discontinue access for such Service Provider Personnel. Service Provider shall immediately notify Client to terminate access to Sites for any Service Provider Personnel that is: (A) suspended or terminated from employment for cause, or (B) that Service Provider reasonably believes may pose a threat to the safe working environment at or to any Site, including to employees, customers, buildings, assets, computer systems, trade secrets, Client Data, Confidential Information, and/or employee or customer information. Service Provider shall take all steps reasonably necessary to immediately deny such Service Provider Personnel access to the Site and its customers, and return to Client any Client-issued property including Client photo ID badge, keys, parking pass, documents, or laptop in the possession of such Service Provider Personnel.
(j) Except for background checks performed by Client, Service Provider will be responsible for conducting the Background Investigation at its own expense and shall not be entitled to recover costs thereof unless both Parties agree, in writing, in advance of the Background Investigation.
(k) Client may perform a background check on Service Provider Personnel, at Client's expense, if Client determines that Service Provider performs any work or Services relating to the Critical Cyber Assets or BES Cyber Systems of Client or its Affiliates, and Service Provider will fully cooperate with Client, including obtaining consent from such Service Provider Personnel. Service Provider agrees that Client may provide such information to NERC, FERC, or an entity with authority delegated from them, in order for Client to demonstrate its compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements under the NERC Reliability Standard Requirements applicable to Critical Cyber Assets or BES Cyber Systems.
(l) Client reserves the right to terminate the applicable Order(s) as set forth in Section11.5 (For Default) herein in the event of failure to comply with the requirements set forth in this Section.
(m) Client shall have the right to audit Service Provider's compliance with the requirements of this Section at any time and from time to time upon reasonable notice. Service Provider shall fully and promptly comply with such audit by Client or any governmental authority, and shall provide written evidence of its compliance with the terms herein.
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Job Title: Technical Test Lead | Oracle Apps Functional | Oracle MDM

Work Location: Philadelphia, PA - 19103

Vendor Rate: $62.00/hour
Contract duration:6 Months
Target Start Date: 30 Nov 2017

Job Details:

Must Have Skills:
Oracle MDM
Functional Testing
Utility Domain

Detailed Job Description:
6 to 8 years of Functional Test EngineeringAnalyst experience 3 to 5 years of Utility experience with Oracle MDMS as primary skill Extensive test process knowledge with regards to test cycles, releases and test types system, integration, endtoend, and the Software Test Life Cycle Must to have Hands on experience with developing test cases, test scenarios and test case execution. Must to have the working knowledge of Client ALM

Minimum years of experience:
5+

Certifications Needed :Yes
BTECH

Top 3 responsibilities you would expect the Subcon to shoulder and execute:
Oracle MDM
Functional Testing
Utility Domain

Interview Process (Is face to face required?)
No
Drug test details: Yes | ,5 panel