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Application Support Engineer SQL REST API

Job Title: Application Support Engineer SQL REST API
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Industry:
Salary: £40000 - £50000 per annum + benefits
REF: BB/14168/E/KS/081019_1570534352
Contact Name: Support Team
Contact Email: support@client-server.com
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

Application Support Engineer SQL REST API

Application Support Engineer (2nd line Support SQL REST API). Opportunity to join a pioneering digital challenger bank based in beautiful riverside offices. As an Application Support Engineer you will join a newly established 2nd line Application Support team within the existing Service Delivery function for a key Open Banking product with a focus on API services.

You'll collaborate with the team to ensure incidents and problem resolutions are prioritised effectively and delivered within the SLA; provide technical support to partners integrating with the services; identify process improvements and implement them and assist with deployment of changes and testing the live environment.

With offices based in a beautiful riverside location, you will be joining a supportive and friendly company that offer a comprehensive benefits package including a car allowance, 26 days holiday with the ability to buy 5 further days each year, Maternity and Paternity benefits, life assurance and fresh fruit every day.

Requirements:
*Application Support Engineer with experience of supporting client bespoke applications and working to SLAs in a customer facing, commercial environment
*Ability to code with SQL
*Ability to test and debug REST APIs and read application logs
*Familiar with security protocols, OAuth, OpenID Connect, JWT
*Excellent written and verbal communication skills; collaborative and able to form strong working relationships
As an Application Support Engineer you will earn a competitive salary (to £50k) plus benefits.

Apply now or call to find out more about this Application Support Engineer opportunity.