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Technical Application Manager

Job Title: Technical Application Manager
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
Industry:
Salary: €50000 - €60000 per annum + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: GC-TAM
Contact Name: James Hughes
Contact Email: jamesh@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Technical Application Manager
Amsterdam, Netherlands
€50-65k base + benefits

Technical, Applications, Manager, Lead, 24/7, Uptime, Support, Maintenance, Updates, Incident Management, Problem Management, Developer, Engineer, Troubleshooting, English fluent, Weblogic, Apache, Tomcat, Jboss, HTTP, Linux, Shell Scripting, Bash Scripting, Ab Initio, Oracle, SQL, Java, PKI, SSL, svn, git, Dynatrace, Nagios, Zabbix

About the role

Montash have been exclusively engaged by a global organisation that had a revenue of €400 million last year and operate across more than 170 countries, embarking on a large transformation and are seeking to acquire Technical Application Manager who will be responsible providing System & Environmental level support to ensure continuous operation and quality management.

The Technical Application Manager will have responsibility for liaising with Developers and Engineers to resolve operational issues and provide 2nd level support in Incident & Problem resolution for all applicaitons. The organisation operates on a truly global scale and is seeking a collaborative and engaging individual to be part of their Global team. The ideal candidate will have the following skill-set;

  • Experience in being part of a team of Technical Engineers
  • Vast experience in a 24/7 environment
  • Ability to be hands on and able to detect, prevent or resolve technical issues that endanger the uptime of applications
  • Provide System & Environment level support to ensure continuous operation
  • 2nd level support in Incident & Problem resolution
  • Liaise with Developers & Engineers to resolve operational issues
  • Keep track of application changes
  • Apply releases, changes & updates
  • Weblogic experience
  • Hands on experience in Troubleshooting Applications
  • Experience in Apache, Tomcat, Jboss, HTTP, Linux, Shell Scripting, Bash Scripting
  • Good understanding of Oracle SQL
  • Troubleshooting experience on Java based Applications
  • 1+ year experience with Ab Initio
  • Benefical experience in Nagios, Zabbix, Dynatrace
  • Fluent in English
  • Problem solving skills to combat solutions in a business perspective
  • A high level of written and verbal communication

This organisation are looking for the best Technical Application Manager. As a result, the right individual can expect a progressive career and above market anchor benefits. On top of this a strong base salary + Bonus + Strong Package. This position is ideal for someone wanting to work within West London.

This is an urgent requirement so please contact James Hughes on +44 2070140230 or email your CV through to jamesh@montash.com.

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