MQ Developer, 3-6 Years – ANZ Information Technology, Bangalore

Posted on July 10, 2006. Filed under: MQ Series |

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Intellect Management Systems is strategically positioned to assist organizations in the sourcing and recruitment of quality talent globally.

One of our clients ANZ Information Technology, Bangalore is looking for professionals with skills mentioned below:

Position : MQ Developer
Experience:3-6 Years
Job Location: Bangalore, India
Essential Skills:
Infrastructure development and implementation of WMQ in large distributed systems.
Extensive knowledge of WMQ V5.X, including WMQ Clusters.
Hands-on experience with 3rd Party MQ Management tools eg Candle Omegamon, BMC Patrol
Solid background in MQ Operations, Administration, Support.
Exposure to WBI MB will be a good, along with programming background.

Position Summary: Responsible for the development, deployment, administration and support of Websphere MQ, CIM (WMQI) throughout ANZ on all platforms.
Change Deployment
Manage and deploy software upgrades, maintenance and eFixes – Primarily W2K, but also Solaris and HPUX
Support for Application Deployments
Address MQ setup requirements from various application teams when raised as a tic

Request you to send your updated resume to v.laxmi@imsysindia.comwith the below mentioned details:
Current Company:
Current Location:
Current CTC:
Expected CTC:
Notice Period:

Job Source:
Vijaylaxmi
Intellect Management Systems
Bangalore – Practice Centre
G – 1B, # 9/1, Commerce House,
Cunningham Road, Bangalore. 560052
91.80.5533.6321
91.80.5533.6322
E-Mail: v.laxmi@imsysindia.com

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