Applications Engineer

Ref No. BHN533317
Salary £40 - £55/hour
Location Hampshire, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (12 months )
Job Status Open

Introduction

This is an opportunity for an Applications Engineer to work within the Plant Computing team on the UK's largest oil refinery and chemical manufacturing complex.

Important

Demonstrable experience as an Applications Engineer with the ability to work across multiple applications including Visual Basic.

The Job

The Applications Engineer will provide technical support across this Tier 1 facility, a high-risk environment using SQL to design, program, secure, maintain and integrate databases.

The Applications Engineer is a key interface between technical IT personnel and operations business lines.

The primary responsibility of the Applications Engineer will be to provide technical support with ongoing work processes and reactive trouble shooting across multiple applications including Visual Basic (VB.NET), Oracle and a variety of bespoke applications. You will also work on upgrades and projects as and when required.

The successful candidate should have demonstrable experience within the process manufacturing or defence sectors.

This position is to start ASAP and will pay up to 55 p/h umbrella depending on your level of experience.

The rate quoted above is the Gross Umbrella rate (i.e., the rate we pay to the Umbrella company inclusive of ALL employment costs). Please note, the rate paid by the Umbrella will be less, as will a Limited Deemed rate or Agency PAYE rate. Please get in touch to discuss the rates via these different payment vehicles.



 

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