Application Manager

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Start date:
6months +
Empiric Solutions
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* Are you a confident Application Manager with at least 6 years of experience behind you?

* Are you a master of JCL and can use it independently to reach targets?

* Are you proficient with database systems IMS and DB2 and can conduct projects both independently and as a team member?

Then you might be the candidate that we are looking for:

Seeking an experienced Application Manager to join our client for this 6 months (minimum) contract in Budapest, Hungary trough a major global consultancy firm. The pay rate is excellent and the professional benefits are brilliant: you get to use your current skills while gaining new ones in a dynamic and energetic team where people are united by their common love for everything IT.

Skills required:

  • Expertise in consultative and operational support in work preparation
  • Comprehensive knowledge of decentralized connections
  • Very good knowledge of JCL creation
  • Database systems IMS and DB2
  • Job Control Systems OPC/ESA
  • Database and z/OS utilities
  • Dial-up tools (Connect-Direct, FTP
  • REXX knowledge
  • Comprehensive broad-based knowledge and its safe application in practice
  • Ability to network knowledge and experience independently and develop new solutions
  • Works independently with a large scope for action/decision-making within the given framework
  • Practical experience with the XINFO repository

Phone interviews taking place ASAP. Apply today!

Empiric is one of the fastest-growing technology and transformation recruitment agency's specialising in data, digital, cloud and security. We supply technology and change recruitment services to businesses looking for both contract and permanent professionals. We are committed to delivering more female candidates and those from minority backgrounds and be instrumental in changing the gender and diversity imbalance within the tech sector.