requires knowledge of principles, methods, techniques, procedures
and practices of application design and programming, developing
and implementing software solutions using .Net, Web based
technologies, T-SQL in relational database environments
environment; application design and programming with a relational
database: principles and methods of systems; procedures and
analysis in an interactive systems environment; concepts of
information systems and technology.
Must possess the skill to analyze complex system problems,
draw logical conclusions, and develop effective resolutions;
assign, direct, instruct, and lead the work of others;
communicate effectively both orally and in writing; prepare clear
and complete technical reports and correspondence.
Three years of paid programming experience, preferably utilizing
the programming language in effect by the computer center and six
months exposure to system study and design.
Equivalent to completion of twelfth grade and completion of two
years of college level work in a related field, such as computer
science, programming, and accounting, completion of
manufacturer's software schools, workshops, and seminars.
A CRIMINAL HISTORY
CHECK WILL BE REQUIRED OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE PRIOR TO
DUTIES OF POSITION:
To assist the Senior Developer/Analyst in the formulation and
design of new or revised data systems, procedures, and programs;
to write, test, modify, debug, and revise various data programs
for jobs to be processed by computer and to assure their proper
and effective implementation.
Employees in this position receive limited supervision from the
Programming Coordinator within a broad framework of policies and
Employees in this classification assist in directing and
coordinating the work of subordinate programmers in a lead
This position performs complex technical and analytical duties
related to the development, implementation, and maintenance of
applications, programs, and systems.
NUMBER OF MONTHS:
12 (to begin as soon as possible)
NUMBER OF HOURS:
8 (daily working hours 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)