This is professional programming and analysis work with the Department of Human Resources, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); the candidate is responsible for systems analysis, design, development, quality assurance and integration. Must be able to translate technical Impact documents into desired coding/application programming. Must analyze and understand existing products and their implementation to determine best method to add and/or change features and functionality. Must produce deliverables related to the project(s) assigned and assist in post implementation support and system enhancements. Must be able to extensively test and debug programming code so that systems applications operate substantially error free. Must learn the SNAP Mainframe system and DB2 database structure to facilitate analysis and programming requirements. Must provide development status updates to management on a regular basis.
Experience in all areas of the systems development life cycle Strong knowledge and use of COBOL, CICS, and SQL or DB2 Good understanding of mainframe processing Possess strong data analysis skills Be able to modify or develop Mainframe logic to create expectant results Must be able to implement and document software solutions used in programming Ability to work on time critical projects
5+ years of experience in computer programming utilizing Mainframe technology to manipulate databases or files 2+ years of experience in system analysis and designing computer systems
Bachelor s degree in related field in computer science or Information Technology
-Occasional after hours on-call rotation and other duties assigned and required for business operations. -Budgeted for 2600 hours. Client will review contract for possible extension based on project and demand -This is 100% onsite; no remote work will be considered -Client will be ready to start interviewing immediately. -Interviews will be conducted preferably in person for local and will consider Video for non local -Please contact the Acro PM with any questions -2 professional references may be requested for those candidates selected to interview
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