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z/OS System Programmer

Employer
Tata Consultancy Services
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
15 Sep 2021

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

Are you a z/OS System Programmer with a passion for delivering excellence?

Do you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, helping our clients deliver mission-critical complex projects?

Are you an expert in z/OS Systems & looking for a new exciting role?

If you answered yes to the above, then we would love to hear from you!

As a z/OS System Programmer, you will be joining our Team in London, UK. This is a permanent role.

Key Responsibilities:
  • z/OS Systems Programming including z/OS components JES2, ISPF, USS, WLM & HCD.
  • Installation and upgrade skills required.
  • Good problem determination skills essential.
  • SMP/E experience
  • Storage management - DFSMS, FDR/ABR/ CA-DISK, CA Allocate
  • Experience in installing and upgrading a wide range of third party software from Broadcom (CA) & BMC


Person Specification:
  • ACF2 and RACF Security Administration skills
  • OPS/MVS Automation and REXX
  • Assembler coding
  • Websphere/MQ
  • CICS Systems Programming
  • Must be able to provide out of hours support on an on-call basis
  • Must have rigorous and disciplined approach to change implementation within time-constrained outage windows
  • Must be comfortable working in a business-critical environment with expectation of 24 x 7 system uptime.


Explore the world of TCS here: https://www.paperturn-view.com/?pid=MTA108652

Due to a high volume of applications, we will be unable to contact each applicant individually regarding the status of their application. If you have not received a direct response within 30 days then the application should be deemed unsuccessful.
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