Since its reopening in 1988, Sleeman Breweries has grown to become the third-largest brewer in Canada. Formed by merging three of Canada’s best craft breweries and acquired in 2006 by Sapporo Breweries, we’ve built an incredible portfolio of beer brands in Canada;
great Canadian brands such as Sleeman, Okanagan Spring and Unibroue, combined with world-class beers such as Sapporo, Old Milwaukee and Pabst Blue Ribbon.
After all, we believe Canadians deserve better beer.
Reporting to the IT Manager, Infrastructure, the Programmer Analyst will design, develop, modify, maintain and enhance Microsoft applications (e.
g. SharePoint, CRM, Forecasting) including providing technical support and troubleshooting for production issues. The Programmer Analyst conducts unit and integration testing of those solutions including documenting all solutions and updating the IT ticketing systems as required.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES :
Application Development including :
Understand business processes, identify gaps, and bridge them with technical solutions, working with internal resources
Develop and maintain interfaces with outside systems
Unit test and aid in user acceptance testing of the technical solution
Create and maintain documentation
Review issue and problem metrics, identify areas of improvement and propose solutions (e.g., automating processes, adding validation and checks, enhance reporting)
Provide end user training on the developed solution if required
Application Support including :
Trouble shoot application problems using root cause analysis tools
Fix application bugs
Performance tuning of developed code
Provide periodic task status updates to the team
Enter all issues / tasks assigned into the Issue Tracking System and keep status up to date
Practice effective communication to user community
Share knowledge of areas of expertise with other members of the team
Post-secondary education in Computer Sciences or related field
Proficient in Microsoft technologies including VB.net, VB Script, asp.net, C#, SQL Server, Microsoft Excel, Word and Visio.
Minimum 5 years of experience as technical development and support resource in a Microsoft environment
Good organizational, problem solving, time management
Effective communication skills, both written and verbal
Logical and detail oriented
Acceptable criminal check
Ability to support and project values compatible with the organization
In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code, accommodation will be provided to candidates with disabilities during the recruitment and selection process.
If you are invited to participate in the process and require an accommodation, please let us know in advance.
We thank all candidates for their interest however only those selected to proceed will be contacted.