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Job Title iSeries RPG Programmer Analyst
Location San Diego, CA
Job Type Contract Full-Time
Job Description

Job Description

The iSeries RPG Programmer Analyst reports to the Director, Information Technology and will be responsible for all aspects of application development. The goal is to successfully formulate and define systems scope and objectives and improve on our best practices within the information technology department.


OBJECTIVES: 

• Formulates and defines system scope and objectives through gathering data, research and fact-finding to develop or modify moderately complex information systems.

• Translate user requirements and system objectives into logical, economical, and practical system designs. 

• Fosters a continuous improvement culture to advance all areas of the business and IT.


DAY-TO-DAY RESPONSIBILITIES: 

• Designs, codes, tests, and debugs documents, and maintains programs. 

• Translate user requirements and system objectives into logical, economical, and practical system designs. 

• Formulates and defines system scope and objectives through gathering data, research and fact-finding to develop or modify moderately complex information systems.

• Prepares detail specifications from which programs will be written. 

• Competent to work on most phases of applications systems analysis and programming activities.

• Seeks to gain an understanding of the AMI business functions, which he/she supports.

• Responds to information requests from management, users, and peers.

• Provides time estimates for projects requested.

• Maintains professional attitude and image and acts in such a manner as to enhance the image and credibility of the IT department.


Qualifications

  • Must have a strong working knowledge and skills in RPG. This person must also have knowledge in AS400, CLP, SQL, Message handling, and several other systems and databases.
  • Strong knowledge and skill in writing, math, reading and communications as well as an understanding of information system methodology, hardware, software and general business flows/procedures as typically acquired through an associate’s degree in computer science or related experience.


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