City of Surrey
IT Application Analyst 3
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at the City of Surrey Scope
Reporting to the IT Business Applications Manager the Application Analyst 3 role is ideal for a senior technical person who excels in collaborative, dynamic and fast-paced project environments. We are in search of a task oriented, self-starter who is confident, has exceptional communication skills and knows how to find balance with guidelines.Employment Status
Union - CUPE Local 402 - Project (Up to 2 Years)Responsibilities
Under general direction, the successful candidate:
•Designs, configures, and sustains enterprise applications and solutions.
•Collaborates with stakeholders and IT management, studying data flow, recommending best tool sets, and work processes.
•Is involved with all technical activities within the team - research, estimating, planning, code reviews, testing, deployments, and document creation.
•Remains in touch with technology developments relevant to current and future initiatives.
•Provides troubleshooting assistance and end-user support to our clients.
•Communicates on open items and issues to key stakeholders, including management.
•Works exceptionally well in a team setting supporting our collaborative work environment.
•Makes recommendations to managers for operational improvements.
•Is responsible for more complex and specialized assignments as well as leadership responsibilities. Qualifications
•Proven hands-on experience with Municipal ERPs.
•Experience with data integration technologies (such as ETL, flat files, XML, SOAP, JSON, etc,) integrating custom or third- party software systems with an ERP solution.
•Experience with Waterfall and Agile methodologies in an Enterprise environment.
•Familiarity with development tools for Oracle and SQL Server.
•Demonstrated superior analytical, problem solving and judgement skills.
•Flexible and able to manage simultaneous priorities, pressures, and deadlines.
•Degree in a related field from a recognized institution plus four years related experience or an acceptable equivalent combination of education and experience.
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If you're interested in this position, please apply online @ www.surrey.ca/careers