2 DB2 Positions (unix)

Carl Nelson

2 DB2 Positions (unix)
Thank you very much for the quick response. The ad as posted
currently reads:

If you've been reading the papers, you've heard about Indiana's
initiative to privatize the administration of Family and Social Services
(FSSA) benefits. The project, led by IBM and ACS, includes a complete
overhaul of the FSSA's systems and as such will be 100% new development
for the first 4-5 years. This is an excellent opportunity to participate
in a project that will serve as models for other states as they take on
similar projects in the future. Two DB2 DBA positions are available for
January starts, with two more possible for February. Additional
opportunities will also be available as the project grows.

If you have a strong background as an application DBA working
with DB2 & UDB, [DB2 for LUW] we want to talk with you! We are move
quickly, and looking to onboard someone as early as January 15. These
are direct hire positions, no corp-to-corp.

Please contact Robbin at InteliSource 317-336-7423 or apply
directly at

If you could post that, it would be great.


Robbin Hernandez, Consulting Partner
T: 317.336.7423 F: 317.336.7424
M: 317.509.2008 AIM: indyheadhunter

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