Mainframe Systems Programmer

Leads the process of translating user requirements and systems objectives of increasing complexity into a logical, efficient and optimal systems design. Develops and maintains new and existing applications by writing code based on the aforementioned design to ensure that business rules, security standards and government regulations are met Provides management with recommendations for issue resolution. Creates and executives required test plans on all new and changed components. Responsibilities Develops and maintains new and existing applications by analyzing, designing and writing code of increasing complexity that satisfies a logical, efficient and optimal systems design Participates on project teams and functions as development lead on complex systems or subsystems, as needed Leads program-level and system-level testing, implementation, and break-fix tasks associates with business applications, including multiple platforms Develops documentation of technical workflows and systems designs and verifies against user requirements Works with database staff and security staff to ensure that data standards and security standards are properly applied Learns new technical concepts and software languages as needed Coaches and mentors team members to advance staff development Please send resumes to tom.portesy@rht.com Job Requirements Qualifications Bachelor's degree in computer science, business or related field or equivalent experience. Master's degree in computer science, business or related field preferred Advanced experience with DB2, COBOL, CICS Minimum 6 years information systems experience Minimum 4 years analysis and design experience Advanced understanding of programming design and coding techniques Advanced understanding of multiple hardware and software platforms Solid understanding of project management practices Advanced understanding of systems development life cycle

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