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MultiValue Analyst Programmer

Job Title MultiValue Analyst Programmer
Contract Type Permanent
Contract Duration
Sectors
Location City of London, London
Salary £45000.00 - £65000.00 per annum
Job Published 8 days ago
Our Reference JO0000000751_1557830386
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Job Description

We are Hunting for a MultiValue Analyst Programmer (pref Universe or Unidata) is sought by this large financial organisation to work on their Back Office Settlements System (FISCAL).

This role will be full 360 including support, development and maintenance of applications and systems.

Essential knowledge:

  • MultiValue - preferably Universe but will accept Unidata, Univision, OpenQM, jBase, D3, jBase.

Useful knowledge:

  • FISCAL - Back office settlement system experience
  • U2 Web De (RedBack) Gateway and other components.
  • Understanding of the Microsoft Web Environment (IIS , XML , Html)
  • .Net
  • Ability to bring new and fresh ideas into the Business for browser to mainframe communications.

Role:
Support, develop and maintain applications and systems used by the company commensurate with skill levels and experience as directed by your Team Leader and/or Manager. Provide a professional, efficient, timely and cost effective service to users and the company for which they have responsibility. Provide technical assistance whenever possible for the key systems and operating software.

If you would like the full job spec, give us a call

Ref: JO0000000751_1557830386 Published: 8 days ago

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