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Microsoft Biztalk Developer French or Dutch speaking

Job Title: Microsoft Biztalk Developer French or Dutch speaking
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Salary: €400 - €450 per day
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J8699_1500978581
Contact Name: Matthew Gilbranch
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Enterprise Architectures, Business Architectures and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Technologies. Practical knowledge of BizTalk Server. Preferably, the person is an architect (or ranger with project experience) to help further build and support a number of ongoing projects. Person has already achieved a number of integration projects and is not afraid to take a number of project leadership tasks. Experience with data exchange within the context of the European VIS and other similar systems. Orchestration of technical processes Extensive experience with (large scale) IT projects Experience with business processes re-engineering Ability to organize, plan and prioritize Understands the broader context of a project Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Has good inter-personal communication and listening skills. Knowledge of Application Management

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