Application Support Engineer (C++, Windows, SQL)

Recruiter
Harrington Starr
Location
United Kingdom
Salary
£40000 - £65000 per annum + Bonus + Benefits + Training
Posted
07 Oct 2017
Closes
08 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Application Support Engineer (C++, Windows, SQL)

A global industry-leading Financial Software Vendor is working with Harrington Starr to find an Application Support Engineer (C++, Windows, SQL)to work in their office in the City.

The successful applicant will be responsible for providing hands-on support for Electronic trading systems in a role that will cover application support, system monitoring, problem escalation, level 1 database support and the deployment of releases to test and production systems. You will be deploying and supporting complex in-house and 3rd party applications and interacting with various internal IT support functions including development, quality assurance, operations and external 3rd party vendors to troubleshoot and resolve problems.

To be considered for the role of Application Support Engineer (C++, Windows, SQL)applicants must have:
  • Excellent experience and knowledge of real time trading systems in imperative
  • Excellent knowledge of Windows Server and workstation
  • Good knowledge of Networking elements
  • Strong scripting skills, such as Perl, Bash, Python
  • A solid understanding of infrastructure and server components
  • Good understanding of SQL Server
  • Knowledge around C++, Java, .NET or Visual Basic technologies is very beneficial
  • Applicants must also be able to work a shift patterns - (Between 06:30 - 18:30)


This is a great opportunity to join a reputable company at the forefront of their industry. You will gain excellent exposure to cutting edge technologies and be in a position to build an impressive portfolio of technologies and client interaction. For more information or to apply please contact Luigi Negri on 02035877007 -

Application Support Engineer (C++, Windows, SQL)
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