SOFTWARE SUPPORT ENGINEERLIMERICK

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SURE CANDIDATE

  • ROSELAWN HOUSE
  • NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PARK
  • LIMERICK
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  • Job reference number:15185490
  • Client ID:RI/a0x0G00001PfOB9
  • Posted on:11-JAN-2017
  • Salary:DOE
  • Location:LIMERICK
  • Job type:PERMANENT

Has your job become mundane?

Are you looking for a position that will interest and challenge you in an environment brimming with friendly and talented colleagues ?

We are have an opening for a Software Support Engineer with one of Ireland’s fastest growing technology companies based in Limerick

This position will involve:

    • The Support and development of web applications based on .NET technology. Windows Desktop development will also be required.

    • Coding of web applications based on .NET or mobile (iOS/Android) technology

    • 2nd and 3rd level support in a SW development environment

    • Bug Fixing and identifying new features, change management when required

    • Assisting peer developers with deployment and support of software

    • Support of applications referring to detailed design specifications

    • Participation in the full project life cycle (analysis, design, development, testing, deployment, documentation and support.)

Experience Profile:

    • 4-5 years’ minimum SW support development experience with .NET C# is a necessity

    • Experience with MVC C# advantageous

    • Experience with MS SQL Server.

    • Experience with Web Services (WebAPI/SOAP/REST)

    • Strong T-SQL (Stored Procedure) skills a necessity.

    • Web development support experience is a must (ASP.Net, JavaScript, AJAX).

    • Exposure to UWP application development

    • Exposure to Windows Forms development

    • Exposure to Mobile App Development IOS (Objective C) and Android (Java).

    • Source Code Control (TFS/Subversion)

    • Exposure Working with Azure / AWS a distinct advantage

If you would like more information on this position or to apply, please email Matthew Jobs@surecandiate.ie

This job originally appeared on RecruitIreland.com