About Oracle

WHY ORACLE :

“Oracle is filled with people who, when just meeting their own internal standards of achievement, astonish other people.”
– Larry Ellison, Chief Executive Officer

At Oracle, we have all the resources of a large company. Yet we’ve managed to retain the creativity, agility and entrepreneurial spirit of a startup. It’s what makes Oracle such an exciting place to work. It’s also why we’re still one of the most innovative and profitable companies in the industry.

For over three decades, Oracle has been the center of innovation for business software—birthplace of the first commercially available relational database, the first suite of internet-based applications, and the next-generation enterprise-computing platform, Oracle Fusion. Today, Oracle provides the world’s most complete, open, and integrated business software and hardware systems, with more than 370,000 customers—including 100 of the Fortune 100—representing a variety of sizes and industries in more than 145 countries around the globe. And Oracle’s 104,500 global employees—including 30,000 developers working full-time on Oracle products—are critical to that success.

Oracle recruiters are always searching for brilliant employees with an entrepreneurial spirit, looking for a work culture where innovation is the goal, hard work is expected, and creativity is rewarded. Oracle employees enjoy competitive salaries, excellent health benefits, and a network of like-minded co-workers that drive innovation across the entire technology industry.


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