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Sam Quarcoopome

Middleware and Integration Recruitment Consultant

Sector: Technology

Specialises in: Middleware and Integration Technology and Java Development

Interesting fact: I was formerly a professional musician and have travelled the world playing Bass Guitar for various artists.

Recruiter Biography:

I joined the world of Technology Recruitment shortly after graduating with a degree in Criminology and Sociology and have not looked back since. I pride myself on my consultative approach to Recruitment and have formed long lasting relationships with clients and candidates as a result.  I work in partnership with companies across Europe offering clients mid to high-level technology specialists within the European Middleware Market. Sourcing candidates and filling roles with technologies across EAI, Middleware, TIBCO, webMethods, WebSphere (WAS), MQ Series, WMB/IIB, Commerce, Portal, Process Server, BPS, BPM. Operating on all platforms including Linux, Unix, AIX and Mainframe z/OS.

Get in touch for all Middleware and Integration recruitment needs!

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