• Application Deployment Specialist

    Location US-DC-WASHINGTON
    System ID
    82141
    Category
    IS&T
    Employment Status
    Full-Time
  • Unit Description

    Sodexo has an exciting opportunity for an Application Deployment Specialist to support a Washington, DC based client.

     

    The Application Deployment Specialist serves as project team member or lead on a variety of assigned projects. He/She is the subject matter expert on assigned software platforms.  Provides support and training for platform customers, fully deploys application to customers  supports database, reporting and upgrades.  Activities include understanding data and setup needs, consulting, support, and training objectives.  Works with vendor to support issues, upgrades, and testing.  Consults with users to understand future needs for changes to program setup.

     

    The Specialist position requires skills in Report Writing/Dashboard, Asset Management, Reporting Data Analysis, and EAM skills.

     

     

    Job Qualifications

     

    Degree in Electrical Engineering

    3-5 Years of experience utilizing business intelligence, database and project methodologies

     

    Position Summary

    Serves as a project team member on a variety of assigned projects. Is the subject matter expert on assigned software platforms.  Provides support and training for platform customers, fully deploys application to customers  supports database, reporting and upgrades.  Activities include understanding data and setup needs, consulting, support, and training objectives.  Works with vendor to support issues, upgrades, and testing.  Consults with users to understand future needs for changes to program setup. 

    Qualifications & Requirements

    Basic Education Requirement - Associate's Degree
    Basic Functional Experience - 2 years

     

    Sodexo is an EEO/AA/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran employer.

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