Application Support Specialist
Permanent Role with an ASX listed company
Bring your unique IT support skillset to tackle unique technologies
Highly fun and supportive culture with lots of perks
- Permanent Role with an ASX listed company
- Bring your unique IT support skillset to tackle unique technologies
- Highly fun and supportive culture with lots of perks
- Your ability to understand, troubleshoot and resolve issues relating to database errors (preferably MS SQL).
- Your experience in programming languages which allow you to identify errors in code.
This is an excellent opportunity for a talented application support professional to be part of an ASX listed company known for its fun culture. Reporting to the Application Support team leader, and within a team of 4, you will be supporting financial, retail and air applications in a Windows environment.
You will perform initial analysis on incoming incidents and service requests for the services in the Application Support Service Catalogue. This will involve issue replication, isolation, troubleshooting, analysis, ownership and effective logging of application related incidents and requests.
After hours on call work will be part of the standard duties.
You will bring:
The ideal candidate will have worked in an application support role over the last 12 months or more. You will have a working knowledge of Microsoft Server 2003-2012, however you will be particularly known in your more recent role/s for either one or two things:
You will also be familiar in the release and deployment of in-house applications, and be able to complete testing to ensure the success of the release.
Tertiary qualification in Computer Science or a relevant field will be highly preferred, and any exposure to DevOps would be desirable.
Why is this one special?
You will work within a highly supportive team and company. This is a group of people that don't take each other too seriously, but at the end of the day, get the job done.
Sure, you've got windows server and AD, but you will be exposed to more unique technologies and what could be described as the beginning of a DevOps culture.
You will have a nice salary package and access to onsite facilities of café, restaurant and gym.
Interviews will commence by the 26th of May.
To submit your application, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, please contact Pablo Calaby through email on firstname.lastname@example.org , quoting Ref No: 4B/25669.
Your interest will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
How to Apply?
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