Remedy Developer With Secret Clearance

Employer
Object CTalk
Location
Upper Marlboro, MD
Posted
Jul 27, 2021
Closes
Jul 30, 2021
Ref
2142138595
Hours
Full Time
You must respond to to be considered. Object CTalk Inc. is a systems integration company that provides mission, operational and IT enterprise support to the US government. We design, integrate, maintain, and upgrade systems for national defense, intelligence and other high-priority government missions. Object CTalk values a diverse workforce and is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer. We offer a wide variety of career opportunities and a great benefits package. Choose a career at Object CTalk and enjoy an innovative environment where challenging and interesting work is part of your daily life. Currently we are looking for a Remedy Developer to join our group. Candidate will be responsible for researching, designing, developing and/or modifying BMC Remedy ITSM Suite and BMC Remedy Action Request System. Role: Perform BMC Remedy ARS customizationfor a multi-tiered user support application supporting Service Desk and Data Center operations. Works closely with other Remedy developers to understand and implement functional requirements. Conducts impact analysis for software changes. Produces detailed specifications and requirements design documents. Supports formal testing in controlled environment before code is promoted to production. Skills Needed: Experience working with BMC Remedy. Experience with Remedy version 8 and 20 preferred. BA/BS or equivalent experience and minimum 3 years of related work experience serving as a Remedy Developer and Administrator. Experience with design and implementation of various BMC Remedy ITSM Suite products such as Service Level Agreements (SLM), Configuration management (CMDB), knowledge management, and self-service capabilities. Experience in integration of the BMC Remedy Action Request System with other GOTS and COTS application. US Citizenship required. A Secret Clearance and a Sec+ is required. You must respond to to be considered.