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Low-code Developer, Management Consulting Department - Nicosia

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Type: Full time

We are currently looking to recruit a Low-code Developer to join our Management Consulting Department in Nicosia. The successful candidate, as part of the advisory department, will join our growing cross-functional delivery team and work with our clients to help them build new and innovative solutions utilizing market-leading low-code/no-code technologies.

The opportunity:

  • Being part of an agile development team, which works in a fast-growing sector of the software industry
  • Designing, developing, and maintaining applications and systems built according to specific business and technical requirements, using low-code/no-code development platforms
  • Being involved in a combination of business understanding, UI/UX, front-end development, back-end development, and database development activities
  • Demonstrating problem solving capabilities by addressing various challenges that arise during the development of applications using a low-code/no-code development platform
  • Ensuring smooth delivery of projects by collaborating with project managers and owners, functional and technical teams
  • Demonstrating the necessary business consulting skills and being involved in client facing activities including solution presentation and support

The Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in any STEM field (e.g. Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science etc.)
  • Master’s degree in any related field will be considered as an advantage
  • Basic knowledge in SQL, .NET, HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • Relevant experience in software development using any of the market-leading low-code platforms (Outsystems, MS Power Apps, Appian etc.)
  • Relevant OutSystems experience will be considered as an advantage
  • Low-code development certification will be considered as a distinct advantage
  • Willingness to pursue low-code development training and certification programs
  • Excellent knowledge of MS Office
  • Excellent knowledge of the Greek and English languages (written and spoken)

Personal Characteristics:

  • Business awareness and high motivation
  • Excellent organizational and management skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Able to translate complex business problems into a roadmap of technical tasks, utilizing a variety of low-code development tools, technologies, and capabilities
  • Enjoy working in multi-disciplinary teams, including software developers, data scientists, UX/UI specialists and business and process SMEs

The Benefits:

Financial

  • Competitive remuneration package (incl. 13th salary)
  • Bonus Scheme that reflects firm & individual performance
  • Provident Fund

Health and Wellbeing

  • BeWell@KPMG – a holistic programme to support employees’ wellbeing
    • In-house occupational psychologist
    • Occupational doctor
    • KPMG Gym benefits
  • Running Club
  • Social committee

Life at KPMG

  • Excellent opportunities for career development & advancement
  • Hybrid working model (working from the office, client and home)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Friday afternoon off
  • Flex Fridays for July & August (Reduced Hours – 36hours)
  • Reduced hours & Mother’s scheme working options
  • Paid Maternity & Paternity Leave
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Holiday entitlement from the 1st day you join
  • Global Mobility programme
  • Dress for your Day
  • Free Parking

If you believe that you have the above qualifications and this opening sounds challenging, apply now, through our  Online Application.

All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

Should you have any queries in completing the online application form, please do not hesitate to contact us.

T: 22 209196, Erecruitment@kpmg.com.cy

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