Analyst Programmer - Contact Centre Applications
- Must have a current Federal Government Clearance
- Contact Centre applications development
- 12 months contract
- CBD Based
Large Federal Government Agency has a number of projects developing applications in Contact Centre applications.
- You are required to have experience in developing applications in either Genesys, Nuance or Verint products.
- Been involved in analysis, design, build, testing, documenting, implementation and maintenance, full life cycle.
Due to security clearance requirements for this role, candidates must be Australian Citizens who currently hold or are able to gain an Australian Government security clearance
How to Apply?
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Contact Name: John Cassisi
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