Elance: Put Your Oracle Certification to Work

Oracle University announces a new resource to connect Oracle Certified professionals to contract job opportunities in the cloud.

Oracle University is working with Elance - an online employment platform for freelancers and consultants - to help Oracle Certified professionals find work in the cloud. Oracle Partners and customers are looking to hire Oracle Certified professionals for remote contract-based hourly and SOW work on Elance.

Thousands of projects that are perfectly suited for Oracle Certified professionals are available on Elance now.

Elance is free to join and offers Oracle Certified professionals and Learning Partners the opportunity to:

  • Find Work – Lots of contractor/consultant jobs and projects seeking people with Oracle certifications.
  • Work Online – Employers and contractors from 150 countries use the Elance workrooms in the cloud to collaborate on jobs.
  • Get Paid – Fast and secure payments in the cloud using Elance escrow and automated billing.

To get started, register now for an upcoming on-boarding webinar.


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Posted by Brian991 on February 23, 2012 at 01:13 AM PST #

Hi, i want to be oracle PL\SQL developer certified associate . For that i have decided to take up 1Z0-051(11g SQL fundamentals) and 1Z0-144(11g Pl\SQL programing) . I would like to know if i have to take the exam in a specific order or in the order i wish. I would also like to know if there is a maximum or minimum time gap between the two exams.

Posted by guest on April 26, 2012 at 06:26 AM PDT #

You do not have to take the exams in any specific order and there is no time-limit between exams. However, you should check back from time to time to see if the exam you wish to take has been scheduled for retirement. At this time, neither of these exams is scheduled for retirement.

Brandye Barrington

Posted by Brandye Barrington on April 26, 2012 at 09:39 AM PDT #

Where do I check my previous certification status. I'm OCP in 9i and want to become certified in PL/SQL 11g.

Posted by guest on September 05, 2012 at 10:00 PM PDT #

You can check Certification History in our candidate self-service database - CertView at certview.oracle.com. The first time you visit, you will need to authenticate your account, so you'll need this information from your Pearson VUE profile:

First Name
Last Name
Email Address
Oracle Testing ID

If you have not yet set up a Pearson VUE web account, I suggest that you do this first. It is very important when you set up this account, that you provide the Oracle Testing ID (Prometric ID) that you used at Prometric and also include the same demographic data. If you do not remember that information, it is best that you contact Pearson VUE at pearsonvue.com/oracle/contact to get help with setting up this account, letting them know that you had a previous account.

This is very important because if you just create a new account and get a new Oracle Testing ID, your previous records will not be tied to your new account, so when you go to upgrade, the system will not recognize that you have completed earlier requirements and will not generate the new certification.

Brandye Barrington

Posted by Brandye Barrington on September 07, 2012 at 07:48 AM PDT #

my name is dinesh. i have taken bachelor degree in 2012 in cs. and did oca and ocp certification. but it's been a one year and still i didn't get a single opportunity for oracle database administrator. i like to know will there be any vacancy for freshers or do i need to change my stream ..please let me know.

Posted by dinesh chandra on April 16, 2013 at 06:58 AM PDT #

This is a difficult question to answer. It is not easy for people who have no on-the-job experience to get their first job in this field. I'd say to keep trying. E-Lance is a good place to start. You can bid on contract jobs. This way, if you win the bid and are able to complete the project, you'll be honing your skills and have something to add to your CV. Another similar site is odesk.com.

You can also visit our Certification Forum http://bit.ly/Lt5vhm and search on this topic. Some of the experienced folks have commented extensively on this.

Good luck and regards!
Brandye Barrington

Posted by Brandye Barrington on April 16, 2013 at 11:33 AM PDT #

My ID's were successfully merged and also i received my e-certificate.And my doubt is whether i have to send the request for receiving certification success kit.But while clicking track the status of certification kit i found it as first shipment to my home address....

Posted by guest on October 08, 2013 at 12:20 AM PDT #

You should contact Oracle Certification Support http://bit.ly/KMsuH3 for assistance with this.

Brandye Barrington

Posted by Brandye Barrington on October 09, 2013 at 01:02 PM PDT #

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