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Application Support Analyst/Programmer

Posted 4 January by Oscar Technology Ended

Application Support Analyst/Programmer - Crewe - SQL, MYSQL, PL/SQL, Linux Servers, ITIL, Coding - Up to £40,000

The Role

An Application Support Analyst/Programmer with experience of SQL, MYSQL, PL/SQL, Linux Servers, ITIL, Coding is required to join a growing company with an impressive client base.

You will provide support to users of the company's bespoke application, carrying out route cause analysis and troubleshooting duties. You will analyse and interrogate data to find any problems. You will carry out coding tasks yourself to fix data where possible. As well as this, you will work closely with the development team to provide them with effective and accurate information and suggestions.

The skills of an Application Support Analyst/Programmer

  • SQL
  • MYSQL
  • PL/SQL
  • Linux Servers
  • ITIL
  • Coding (PHP, C#, HTML)

Desirable:

  • Mongo DB

The Client

The client is one of the worlds fastest growing data monitoring software companies which are working at the forefront of technology backed by heavy investment and strong training for their employees. They place a huge emphasis on employee empowerment and give you the power to shape a career which will be beneficial for each individual.

Apply Now

If you are an Application Support Analyst/Programmer with experience of SQL, MYSQL, PL/SQL, Linux Servers, ITIL, Coding and you are looking for a new challenge within a thriving company then this is the opportunity for you!

With interviews due to take place shortly don't waste any time in applying!

Application Support Analyst/Programmer - Crewe - SQL, MYSQL, PL/SQL, Linux Servers, ITIL, Coding - Up to £40,000

Oscar Technology Limited is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Required skills

  • Coding
  • ITIL
  • PL/SQL
  • SQL
  • MYSQL
  • Linux Servers

Reference: 34141183

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