private medical care
- Polna 11, WarszawaWarszawa, Masovian
- Offer expired 17 days ago
- Remote recruitment
- Remote work
- contract of employment
- specialist (Mid / Regular)
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About the project
Due to the development of the business systems support team in the CEE region, we are looking for people for the position of: Software Developer/ Business Analyst (C#/Python/Java/.NET)
Cooperation with key users of business systems, gathering requirements and solution testing
Contributing to projects including design, development, testing and implementation.
Maintaining and supporting existing integrations including resolving users’ issues.
Creating and delivery of appropriate documentation.
Practical knowledge related to system integration, data flow and transformation.
Experience in building and maintaining interfaces between systems.
Knowledge of SQL programming languages and one of (C#, Python, Java, ASP.NET) - experience in building integration solutions using any of those languages will be an advantage.
Analytical mindset and numerical capabilities allowing proactive resolution of problems raised by business users.
Very good communication, the ability to build and maintain relations with an internal client is essential for this position
Ability and willingness to learn quickly
Fluent English and Polish.
What we offer
Career development and professional growth in a global team setting.
Participation in multi-territory activities in business systems support areas.
Access to and ability to acquire proficiency in top notch IT tools and solutions in a macro scale use.
Competitive salary and benefit package, including private healthcare, life and disability insurance, attractive voucher program.
Opportunity to engage in afterhours sports activities and team building events
Inspiring and friendly work environment.
Your personal career development plan tailored to your preferences and ambitions.
sharing the costs of professional training & courses
flexible working time
extra social benefits
employee referral program
Freedom of treatment