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Application Support Analyst, Adelaide, Talent Recruitment Australia

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178220592
80 AU$
Application Support Analyst, Adelaide, Talent Recruitment Australia
Australia, South Australia, Adelaide,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Application support analyst
Min. Salary: 60.000


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2+ years experience
Strong SQL Scripting experience
Some manual testing involved (new feature enhancements and UI testing experience)
Adelaide based role
Our client is currently looking for a new Application Support Analyst to join their team on a permanent full time basis! Join a secure, vibrant team who look after one another and have a family styled working environment.

The preferred candidate will be responsible for;
Providing application guidance to the business, work with the business and the vendors on core system changes which could entail reviewing and providing feedback documentation, contributing to the design of solution, etc.
Production support including the management, triage and resolution of issues - Provide application support in the leadership and resolution of issues on applications ensuring that any issues are resolved in a quick and safe way from a member and staff perspective. The production support also includes working with auditors as well as providing support to other regular regulatory activities.
Supporting the delivery of business initiatives - provide system support to the business on the delivery of initaives for applications and projects as agreed.
Whilst testing shall primarily be concerned with compliance against requirements and specifications, it is assumed that the Application Support Analyst will also apply knowledge and consideration to accessibility, compatibility, performance, security, stability, sociability and usability.
The preferred candidate will have skills and experience in the following;
Excellent relationship building and communication skills
Demonstrated experience with system testing, SIT, UAT, functional and regression
Demonstrated experience with the design of test cases and test scenarios
Experience in delivering high-quality testing approaches to ensure high-quality standards are maintained in released systems
Experience working in teams to support test planning and delivery on small to large-scale projects and systems.
Experience with creating and executing queries in SQL
Experience in testing User Interfaces and integration services (including API's)
Experience in production support and providing application specialist advice.
Experience in the delivery of business initiatives
If you consider yourself suitable to this position, please click Apply Now for your chance to be considered.

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