Java & Cobol Programmer Analyst

Paris
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Your role:

  • Carry out developments for banking and financial applications linked to our OLYMPIC Banking System software package.

Your profile:

  • You have received higher education training in IT
  • You have 3 to 5 years’ experience designing IT solutions
  • You have expert knowledge of COBOL developments
  • Knowledge of i System and Unix environments would be an advantage
  • Knowledge of Java, XML and DBMS languages would also be an advantage.

Your strengths:

  • You are efficient and thorough and can work independently
  • You are flexible and able to show initiative and team spirit
  • You embrace change
  • You are client-oriented.

We offer:

  • The opportunity to work in an environment based on an MVC development framework
  • An up-to-date SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) platform
  • A company, product and market with strong growth potential
  • Genuine team spirit and the opportunity to work with skilled and motivated colleagues
  • A company that promotes ongoing training.

If you would like to join ERI BANCAIRE PARIS, please send your full CV and covering letter to the following address::

ERI BANCAIRE PARIS
Human Resources Department
49, avenue Hoche
75008 Paris

Or by e-mail: ERI-Recrutement.Paris@par-eri.fr

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