Kofax Transformation Developer, Financial Services– 11 Month Contract

Salary: Daily
Location: Dublin
Job Sector: IT
Job Type: Contract IT Jobs
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Reference: V/CG/KTD/C/D/2307

Kofax Transformation Developer, Financial Services– 11 Month Contract, Sandyford

A leading Global solutions provider requires a Senior Business Analyst with 5 years’ experience working in the Financial Services Industry for a minimum 11-month for their client, a national financial services body, in their HQ based in Sandyford. You will join an existing team responsible for leading advisory engagement construction business model, cost benefit analysis and business process modelling.

What’s involved:

  • Kofax Transformation Developer with experience of designing and building extraction projects
  • Successful deployment history of production level KTM Project with automatic extraction and manual validation builds with online learning configuration
  • Understands Optical Character Recognition and image clean-up capabilities
  • Some scripting knowledge is desirable but not essential
  • Can work independently and as part of a team

What you need:

  • Must have experience with Kofax capture 11, Kofax KTM.
  • Thorough knowledge of Kofax Architecture, Installation and deployment
  • Experience on Visual Basic for Application, and strong knowledge in SQL
  • Experience with SQL Server Management Studio or Visual Studio
  • Strong .NET programming skills is a must.

What’s on offer:

  • Excellent Daily Rate depending on experience

Perks/Extras:

  • Competitive package

Vantage Resources is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for engagement and/or employment. An inclusive and diverse workforce is an essential part of the development of our organization’s culture which we believe enhances both our working environment and the service we provide to our customers.

 


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Clare Grogan

Position: Technical Recruitment Consultant

Phone: 01 2952850

Vantage@vantage.ie +353 (1) 295 2850 Jobseekers