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Developer/Programmer

Company Name:
Automated Computer Services, Inc.
ON SITE in suburbs of Phila, PA
This position will be responsible for the full systems life cycle from designing, coding, testing, implementing, maintaining and supporting applications software.
Responsibilities:
Develop software documentation in an effort to provide clear understanding of the purpose and operational procedures of the program.
Assist in solving resolving system errors or correction of database records.
Develop computer programs to produce requested reports for the Credit Union.
Perform data analysis using available tools. Include reports and data extract outputs.
Develop software programs utilizing Symitars Power-on software development language.
Manage software development projects coordinating user requirements and development timelines.
Prepare systems documentation for software development projects.
Ensure all daily jobs are completed according to established procedures.
Set up and run computer-generated reports.
Requirements:
Bachelors degree in Information Systems or related field.
At least two years of programming experience and troubleshooting issues involving hardware and software problems. Experience working in a financial institution setting preferred.
Understanding of Object Oriented or 4GL software development languages a plus. (VB, C, C#, .ASP, Java etc.)
Work requires advanced working knowledge of Visual Basic & MSSQL.
Very advanced mathematical skills required (Understanding of data structures and algorithms.
Understanding of Microsoft SQL database concepts including but not limited to:
SQL Query Statements
Relational Database concepts
Writing of SQL stored procedures
Ability to access SQL data from a variety of sources, ODBC, Website, etc.

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