Acuity

Programmer

US-WI-Sheboygan
Job ID
2016-1632
Category
MIS

Overview

Acuity is seeking a Programmer to review, analyze, and modify programming systems to support business automation needs. They will be responsible for coding, testing, debugging, and documenting programs, file layouts, and report layouts. The programmer will rely on specifications, instructions, and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. The work is closely supervised and a relatively low level of creativity is required.

Qualifications

EDUCATION:

Bachelor's degree or equivalent of education and experience.

 

EXPERIENCE:

Entry level

 

OTHER QUALIFICATION:

  • Analytical problem solving skills
  • Strong oral written communication skills
  • Capable of following very detailed

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Has knowledge of commonly used programming concepts, practices, and procedures common to Object Oriented or structural system designs
  • Understands when, where, and why to use different programming languages used by their development team. Able to identify and correct programming inefficiencies
  • May consult with users to identify current operating procedures and clarify program objectives
  • Follows test plans and/or creates test plans appropriate for the scope of the programming changes
  • Capable of understanding and employing various data storage techniques and utilities (VSAM, DB2, XML)
  • Creates or updates all documentation effected by a change, including rerun or disaster recovery documentation and procedures
  • Resolves production problems and participates in the nightly call list for problem resolution
  • Implements JCL or other operating system interfaces
  • Follows department standards and procedures
  • Regular and predictable attendance
  • Completes a mandatory training program as determined by Acuity
  • Perform other duties as assigned

 

 

This job is classified as exempt.

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