Support Engineer Javascript/Artifactory Belfast

Belfast

£400 - £405 a day

Application Support Engineer Javascript/Artifactory/NodeJS Belfast 12 Months. My client a global leading firm is in urgent need of a talented and experienced Application Support Engineer with good working knowledge of Javascript and ideally NodeJS to join their support team on a 12 month contract, This role includes both Application Support and Infrastructure Support.

This role is a challenging and exciting opportunity to work in Developer Platforms and Tools. The team provides 24x7 global technical support (No shift required) to business applications that use central developer tools. We are constantly striving to improve our service thorough process automation and proactive monitoring of application health. As part of the technology team, you will play a key role in achieving their goal. You will get involved in Support Management as this will be your primary tasks. You will manage technical support as agreed with clients, Troubleshoot major technical issues and guide team on technical issue resolution, Reduce recurring application issue using root cause analysis

Candidates will have at least 5 years of commercial experience in JavaScript development. Ideally you will have a Strong understanding of npm if not NPM then JavaScript and Node.js technologies. You will have experience with continuous integration tools like Jenkins and TeamCity. Candidates will have previous experience as Technical / Support Lead for a medium to large size support team. You will have prior experience working with Developers, Database Administrators and vendors, partners and contractors in the implementation of new applications or message flows. You will also have experience with Linux (shell/batch scripting & server management), Java, .Net, LDAP, Active Directory, Oracle/SQL Server database (SQL, backup & recovery).

This is a great opportunity to work with leading global firm on interesting long term contract, if it sounds of interest drop me a CV so we can speak in more detail.

Posted by Computer People, 16 May