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TIBCO Consultant - Germany - Remote Working Available

Job Title: TIBCO Consultant - Germany - Remote Working Available
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Salary: €500 - €650 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6+ Months
REF: TIB22531
Contact Name: Peter Wright
Contact Email:
Job Published: 10 months ago

Job Description

TIBCO Consultant required. TIBCO Consultant with unrivalled TIBCO product knowledge is required by Montash's global client in Germany. As TIBCO Consultant you will have extensive knowledge of BusinessWorks (ideally v6), and experience working within enterprise-level web and cloud based migration / integration projects.

Working on this Greenfield project the TIBCO Consultant will be a subject matter in TIBCO architecture and implementation, and be comfortable providing knowledge transfer to our clients existing enterprise team.

The contract will predominantly be working remotely although travel to Germany on a regular basis will be needed.

To summarise, the TIBCO Consultant will have experience and skills in the following areas:

  • TIBCO Architecture and Implementation
  • BusinessWorks 5 & 6
  • ActiveMatrix
  • AMX
  • BPM

With strong technical capabilities you must also have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and be comfortable working with stakeholders at all levels.

If you are available and have the skills outlined above please send me your most recent CV, and I will be in touch ASAP.

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