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Back Office C / Uniface Developer

Job Title: Back Office C / Uniface Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: C/Uniface/Neth
Contact Name: Harry Glover
Contact Email:
Job Published: almost 2 years ago

Job Description

Back Office C / Uniface Developer - London - 6 months

Montash have been engaged by Global Financial Service Provider to secure a Back Office C / Uniface Developer.

The ideal Back Office C / Uniface Developer must have experience in:

  • ANSI- C development
  • Uniface Development/Runtime
  • Uniface environment management
  • Linux/UNIX usage
  • SQL (DDL/DML) usage
  • Shell scripting
  • vi/gdb usage
  • Writing Technical and Functional designs

It would be great if the Back Office C / Uniface Developer also had experience in:

  • Ingres DBA knowledge
  • Linux/Unix administration
  • High Volume Replicator knowledge
  • MS-SQL, MS-Access development knowledge
  • PGP/GPG Encryption, AES-Encryption

This is an urgent requirement for a Back Office C / Uniface Developer, please submit your CV for a confidential conversation.


Back Office C / Uniface Developer / ANSI - C Development / Uniface / Linux/UNIX / SQL / Shell Scripting / MS-SQL / vi/gdb usage / PGP/GPG Encryption / AES-Encryption

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