Your connection with Aubay starts in the following lines :
Aubay Portugal is a multinational French company, in Portugal since 2007. We have offices in Lisbon and Oporto and we are a specialized consultant in Management, Implementation, Development and Maintenance of Information Systems.
We have more than 130 active partners and we operate in sectors such as banking, insurance, telecommunications, services, energy and transports.
What are we looking for?
Degree in Computer Science or equivalent Software Engineering experience;
2-3 years of IT experience on application support;
Experience with support activities in RPA tools (e.g. Automation Anywhere, Blue Prism, UiPath preferably and with that experience will be in advantage);
Knowledge with programming languages (preferably C# and / or VB.Net);
Strong analytical skills with the ability to debug complex incidents and define technical resolutions;
Strong business skills and experience in working with cross / functional teams (e.g. Security, IAM, Finance, Internal Audit, working side by side with SME’s for creating process documentation);
Technical degree preferably in Computer Science or equivalent Software Engineering experience;
UiPath Certification(s) is nice to have;
Experience with Agile project delivery methods, tools, and concepts;
Experience with the Atlassian stack and Version Control;
Motivated and strong team player with a positive attitude;
Autonomous, while capable of working within a team;
Good communication skills in Portuguese (fluent), English (mandatory minimum B2) and French (a plus);
What do we have to offer you?
The possibility of remote work;
A Training Academy designed to think of you and your needs. You can count on technical and behavioural training sessions (e-Learning and classroom), Meet & Techs, Webinars and Mentoring;
Events and Team building;
What makes us different?
Our organizational culture is based on values such as transparency, team spirit, regular feedback and continuous learning;
Reference prizes and birthday present;
We don’t have a dress code;
We call you by your name and we all address each other informally;
Coffee and snacks at your disposal;
You will grow in good company. Isn t that the best way to improve professionally?