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Informix Genero developer - Belgium - €600- €625 per day

Job Title: Informix Genero developer - Belgium - €600- €625 per day
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Belgium, Belgium
Salary: €600 - €625 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 7 months
REF: AA-0122545784_1497343832
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Informix Genero developer - Belgium - €600- €625 per day

Montash have been engaged by a leading organization, who are looking to acquire an Informix Genero Developer for a 7-month contract based in Brussels.

The desired candidate would have experience in converting Informix 4GL applications to Genero webapplications and experience in setting up of webservices in Genero (and potentially also in Java), interaction between Genero applications and non Genero applications (via webservices).

Requested skills for the Informix Genero Developer:

  • Expert Informix 4GL developer knowledge
  • Expert Genero developer knowledge (application and webservice development)
  • scripting experience
  • Informix database experience
  • Desired skillset: a minimum of java development, secure webservices

Please get in touch soon as possible, if you are available and open to be a big challenge. Interviews taking place this week. Contact 0207 014 0231 or

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