Lotus Notes Developer
- Be Part Of A Major Technology Transformation Project
- Work With The Latest Technology Across Virtualisation And Cloud
- MUST BE AN AUSTRALIAN CITIZEN TO APPLY!
Currently looking for a Lotus Notes Developer for a large program of work, Lotus Notes R6, XML, HTTP, Java, LotusScript, MS Office Applications, CBD
We are currently looking to engage a Lotus Notes Developer who can support an enterprise wide program of work for a large and complex Government organisation.
Working as part of a well-established and high performing team, you will be responsible for the design, develop and maintain Lotus Notes and Domino based computer applications and services.
The environment would best suit an experienced professional with both commercial and government expertise.
- Analysing, designing, developing, testing and implementing Lotus Notes and Domino applications.
- Providing technical and user support for existing applications.
- Participating in software development projects.
- Providing assistance to users and managing client expectations so that IT delivers to its agreed service level
- At least five years' experience in Lotus Notes development and support
- Experience in Outlook and Exchange is desirable.
- Experience in Lotus Notes administration is desirable.
- ITIL experience in Incident, Problem and Release management is desirable
- Experience in the use of Remedy, Sharepoint, MS Word and MS Excel is desirable
- Ability to develop Lotus Notes R6 or above applications and in depth knowledge of the environment, Lotus Notes administration, application security, formula language and LotusScript.
- Working Knowledge of Domino Server R6 (or R8) operation and server tasks.
- Working Knowledge of Java programming, web services, XML, HTTP agents, including threads, garbage collection and memory issues
- Programming using COM and integration with MS Office applications are highly desirable.
If you are interested in the role, please apply or send updated resume to Ra'id at email@example.com
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Ra'id Ahmad on 02 9464 5554. Please quote our job reference number: 200169951.
Reference Number: 200169951_1
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