Mainframe Application Support Analyst (COBOL, JCL, DB2, IMS DC) - Ghent - Dutch speaking

East Flanders Province  ‐ Onsite
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Mainframe Application Support Analyst (Cobol, JCL, DB2, IMS DC) - Ghent - Dutch speaking

(Mainframe, Support, Cobol, JCL, DB2, IMS DC)

One of our Blue Chip Clients is urgently looking for an Mainframe Applications Support Analyst (Cobol, JCL, DB2, IMS DC) .

Please find some details below:



Coordinate with various business users and understand the operational issues faced for Windows/Mainframe applications Support the Mainframe applications developed in Cobol & JCL, DB2, IMS DC to meet support Perform application support tasks like: systems support & maintenance tasks Work with IT support teams to ensure support and project requirements are developed and successfully implemented Develop and execute unit test and integration plans/scripts to validate that application changes meet technical specifications.

Participate in technical reviews to check if the client standards are being followed at appropriate stages of development Coordinate with Offshore team members to help them resolved the issues/fixes

Soft Skills

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills for working in a global environment Strong analytical and problem solving skills Ability to multi-task effectively Prioritize Business Impact and Urgency Having knowledge of Dutch Language

Good to have

Working in Agile Methodlogy

Knowledge of Azure Board

Please send CV for full details and immediate interviews. We are a preferred supplier to the client.

Start date
11 months+
(extension possible)
Octopus Computer Associates
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