EDI Systems Analyst

Company Name:
Start date: ASAP
Salary period: Annual
SalaryAdditional: Based on experience
A global leader in technology manufacturing, our client is home to a large, diverse team of innovative designers, engineers and developers who are dedicated to working together to bring high quality products to consumers worldwide. An opportunity to be apart of such a large, industry leading company that offers a widespread benefits package and career growth opportunities is available for an experienced EC/EDI Systems Analyst to develop solutions and new business processes for global EC/EDI operations. Qualified candidates MUST have hands-on experience working with EDI/EC and Sterling Integrator tool suite.
Use Sterling Integrator B2B tools suite to develop new and enhance existing business processes Support the EC/EDI infrastructure and multi-tiered landscape for Esker DeliveryWare, Esker On Demand, Sterling Integrator B2B, Automation Anywhere and AS2/FTP/SFTP/GXS connectivity to partnerships, PGP and secured data directories Perform weekly/monthly maintenance window, system upgrades, change management following SOX procedures and troubleshoot issues
Bachelor's Degree 3+ years of experience working with Sterling Integrator tool suite for BPML At least 1 year of development experience using Esker DeliveryWare software Hands-on experience using UNIX/Linux commands, SDLC process and BPML development Experience using EC/EDI tools to create solutions to solve data movement, transformation problems and connectivity issues Skilled in working with C++, C#, XML, VB Scripting and Java coding to create automated processes¬ ¬
If you are interested in this job opportunity, contact TeamBradley today for full details regarding this position!
Resumes without the required technical skills and experience will not be considered.¬ Although a strong desire for a certain type of position is a credit to your goal, experience is necessary.¬ Our client is not considering sponsorship at this time and is not open to relocation expenses. If you wish to forward your resume to us, please include #12185JS on the subject line of your email.
Email Bob Nappi¬

Don't Be Fooled

The fraudster will send a check to the victim who has accepted a job. The check can be for multiple reasons such as signing bonus, supplies, etc. The victim will be instructed to deposit the check and use the money for any of these reasons and then instructed to send the remaining funds to the fraudster. The check will bounce and the victim is left responsible.