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Actimize Specialist

Job Title: Actimize Specialist
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Swindon, Wiltshire
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: asap
Duration: Ongoing
REF: actimize310717_1501491983
Contact Name: Amy Harris
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Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by a UK Financial Services Company to source an Actimize Developer to work on a long term project.

You will be an experienced Data Base user, preferably MSSQL

-The Actimize Developer will have a deep technical understanding of IFM and/or WLF 3.x Actimize solutions

-You will also have the ability to investigate and identify the root cause of IFM/WLF/DB Failures

-You will also have the ability to work in phases of architectural design, business and software analysis, development, implementation, maintenance and optimization of the product

-The Actimize Developer will also have the ability to analyse specified business requirements and access the extent of potential risks and manage these expectations

-You will also have the ability to provide clear, well written, technical documentation.

actimize / actimize developer / ifm / wlf / db / MS SQL / SQL / software development / software analysis

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