Job - Programmer / Analyst Programmer, Worldline International (Hong Kong) Co Ltd
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Worldline International (Hong Kong) Co Ltd

Programmer / Analyst Programmer

Job Ref.CT3107286-01#0040

Responsibilities:

  • Develop web portal system using Java/JEE and the latest web technologies
  • Study and integrate new applications, systems and technology
  • Work in team-working environment with project resources from Asia Pacific countries

Requirements:

  • Degree holder in Computer Science or equivalent
  • Knowledge in application development with interest in payment technology
  • Practical experience in J2EE development using application frameworks such as JPA and Hibernate is a definite advantage
  • Good communication skills, analytical & problem solving skills
  • Knowledge in AS\400 or COBOL is a definite advantage
  • Fluent in spoken & written English or Mandarin is a plus
  • Experience in Credit Card / Retail Banking System is a plus
  • Fresh Graduate will be consider as Programmer 

We offer 5-day work, bank holiday, excellent career prospects & attractive remuneration to the right candidate.

Interested applicants, please apply by sending full resume with availability, present and expected salary, contact telephone number to recruit.hongkong@atos.net

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