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Maximo Senior Software Developer | Canada

Key Responsibilities

As a Senior Software Developer you will be responsible for developing and maintaining high quality solutions for our clients. You will also provide technical guidance and support to our consultants. You will manage and mentor junior members of the team, and in doing so ensure they too develop the capability to perform to the high levels of proficiency to which you are accustomed.

Desirable Skills

As a senior member of staff you will be highly motivated and focused on maintaining BPD Zenith’s reputation for delivery – on time and within budget. Previous knowledge of the IBM Maximo product is essential as well as an IBM Maximo Deployment Professional Certification.

Must be eligible to work in Canada. You will largely be based in our Calgary office with some occasional travel required to client sites dependent on project requirements.

About BPD Zenith:

BPD Zenith is a world-class asset & service management company committed to delivering exceptional performance to asset-intensive industries. Providing an unrivalled end-to-end service, we help our UK & International clients to realise the integrity, safety & reliability of their assets using IBM Maximo & associated products.

Salary

Negotiable depending on skills and experience

Location

Calgary, Canada

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Applications Close:
30 April 2020

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