Integration Analyst - Axway/API
- Permanent role
- Great Company
- ASAP start
A permanent opportunity with market leader for IT professionals with integration support and/or development experience.
A market leader is currently looking to add an integration analyst to its delivery team.
- Permanent role
- CBD location
- ASAP start
- Technical analysis and problem investigation in relation to application integration
- Integration development for the implementation of projects, enhancements and resolution defects as required
- ITSM process execution including Incident and Problem Management utilising applications such as Service Now
- Analysis, tracking and monitoring of technical issues including regular reporting and escalation where required
- Application level system monitoring utilising a variety of modern tools including event and log managers
- Transition of solutions from project to operational phase
Required Skills and Experience:
- Solid experience with Axway
- Solid experience with API and ESB toolsets (Azure API Management, MuleSoft ESB etc)
- Experience with ETL toolsets (Microsoft SSIS)
- Strong document translation skills, especially in XSLT and Mule DataWeave
- General TCP/IP networking, databases, messaging and security knowledge
- Experience with integration documents and their application (JSON, XML, EDI (EDIFACT, X12))
- Experience with software development, change and release management
- Knowledge of integration and messaging patterns required to solve enterprise scale data integration problems.
- Strong Java plus solid dependency management skills using tools such as Maven
- May require some calls after hours from time-to-time
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Ferid Klancevic on 03 86804206. Please quote our job reference number: 200175469.
Reference Number: 200175469_1
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