Our research indicates that Oracle does not routinely require pre-employment drug testing for most positions. However, there are a few exceptions and their policies may change over time, so it’s always best to review current hiring practices and job requirements.
We encourage you to check Oracle’s careers page and specific job listings for the most up-to-date details on which roles may require additional screening.
The information in this article was compiled from Oracle’s website, feedback from current and past employees, and other publicly available sources. While we strived to ensure accuracy, specific hiring practices can vary over time.
What Positions are Available at Oracle?
Oracle has a wide range of career opportunities in various fields including software development, cloud computing, data analytics, and more. Here are some examples of entry-level roles that may be available:
Software Developer – Develop, troubleshoot and maintain application software. Pay starts around $65,000 per year.
Business Analyst – Analyze business needs and help determine software requirements. Pay starts around $60,000 per year.
Cloud Administrator – Administer and manage Oracle’s cloud computing platforms. Pay starts around $65,000 per year.
Data Analyst – Collect, organize and study data to provide business insights. Pay starts around $55,000 per year.
Sales Representative – Sell Oracle products and services to new and existing clients. Pay starts around $60,000 per year plus commission.
Does Oracle Drug Test Any Positions?
Based on our research, Oracle does not appear to routinely drug test candidates for most roles including the entry-level positions mentioned above. However, for certain safety-sensitive positions, some additional screening may be required. Always check the job description for specifics.
Does Oracle Drug Test for Promotions?
Promotions at Oracle do not appear to require mandatory drug screening. Again, the company seems to reserve testing only for select safety-sensitive positions. However, to be certain of testing policies for a potential promotion opportunity, check with your hiring manager and HR department.
Does Oracle Drug Test If Injured on the Job?
If an on-the-job injury occurs, Oracle may require drug and alcohol testing per company policy. This allows them to determine if intoxication was a factor in the incident. However, routine or random drug screening after an injury does not seem to be their standard practice based on available information.