Automation Engineer

Business Intelligence

South West
Employment Type
Salary on application
Job Description: Automation engineers build the actual RPA automation solution. Responsible for designing, developing, testing the automation workflows and supporting the implementation of the RPA solution. Works side by side with the Business Analyst for documenting process details and assists the engagement team in implementing & testing the solution as well as during maintenance. Responsibilities: Review, analyse, construct, and modify business application systems including coding, testing, debugging, and deployment Understand business and technical requirements; develop, document, and implement solution designs Work with other developers, architects, engineers, database administrators, business analysts, QA and delivery leads in project delivery and solving technical issues Participate in design, Coding and code reviews Ensure that deliverables meet or exceed functional, technical, and performance requirements Follow and enhance the established design, development, source code management, and deployment processes Troubleshoot and resolve production issues Take on ownership of the projects and tasks assigned Skills & Experience: 1-2 years of experience in .NET 3.5 and higher Framework (C#, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, Entity Framework or Hibernate)/Java Development/PHP Development 1-2 years of experience in scripting skills and knowledge of RPA tools Technical hands-on experience especially scripting skills Good troubleshooting skills in the RPA platform
Reference: AWAJ-386664

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Our Blockchain and BI specialist Andy has been recruiting for over 15 years so knows his stuff. He’s an avid hoarder (you should see under his desk) and a keen rugby union fan supporting Ireland. He occasionally pretends to know what he’s talking about regarding football (he really doesn’t) but is more likely to be found reading a book than on the terraces.