ArcFM/Gis Lead Developer
Singapore based - full relocation package
GIS / Arc experience ESSENTIAL
Mechanical Engineering domain
Our client is currently sourcing for a professional, experienced ArcFM / GIS Lead Developer to work on a major project win with Singapore power. In this role you will be joining a team based in Singapore and will be involved in all steps from design, delivery, development and implementation. The role requires someone who can relocate to Singapore for a minimum of 3 years. Our client will provide full relocation support (accommodation, flights and visa support)
- Good knowledge on ESRI technologies like ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Mobile Ability to resolve any issues related to configuration and customization in Arc FM
- ArcGIS desktop applications using ArcObjects, ArcGIS Server 10.2
- Database design, developing T-SQL/PL-SQL queries, stored procedures, and triggers using SQL Server 2008/Oracle 11g
- Electrical Domain background advantageous
The offshore based in Singapore has specifically requested for a talent to be brought from Australia. Only Australian and Australian Permanent Resident will be considered for this position.
How to apply
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Clement Schmutz in our Sydney office on 02 8233 4314.
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