likeIT Recruitment is an Australian owned business specialising in recruitment solutions for the Information Technology industry.
We believe in building strong relationships with our candidates and clients. We’re committed to finding the best solution, not just a quick fix, and we’re experts in applying lateral thinking to solve clients recruitment dilemmas.
We aim to build long standing relationships with our clients, candidates and contractors.
Our clients are positioned throughout Australia, specifically Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney.
Salary: $90,000 - $130,000 +
• Convenient client-side locations… Walking distance from transport
Our client is an ASX listed Leading IT Services Consultancy with in excess of over 1,000 consultants nationally. Due to major investment from the business and a strong pipeline we are actively looking for multiple Microsoft Dynamics CRM Consultants to join the Sydney office.
Salary: $700-900 p/day
Our client is a market leading IT Solutions Consultancy with a talent pool exceeding 1,000 Professionals. They are actively seeking 3 Functional Oracle Consultants (Financials, Projects and iProcurement) to join their Sydney office on a long-term (initial 6 month) contract - view for extension.The Oracle Functional Consultants will be part of the Packaged Solutions team in Sydney. The ideal candidates will possess Oracle Functional Skills in particular within the financials, projects or iProcurement space.
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