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MainFrame Developer – ICL | Cobol

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West Midlands Contract / 3 months £250 - £300 per day

Mainframe Developer – ICL | Cobol

I am looking for a mainframe VME developer with ICL and Cobol experience. The role is for an initial 3 month contract that is likely to be extended based in the West Midlands/

The role requires a developer to work on existing development but also new products.

You will have experience in a Unix environment with Unix scripting, used Cobol within the last 5 years and have pl/sql development experience.

If you are interested please email your CV for more information.

Job Reference: Vme/tel

Salary: £250 - £300 per day

Salary per: Day

Job Duration: 3 months

Job Start Date: ASAP

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