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Jr. and Mid Level Program Analyst

Company Name:
Syndicus, Inc.
Mid Level Programmer Analyst (requires Bachelor's degree in IT, engineering, or related field and 5+ years experience). Salary for Mid Level positions is $75-90k based on experience.
Analyze functional business applications and design specifications for functional activities.
Test, debug, and refine the
computer
software to produce the required product.
Prepare required documentation, including both program-level and user-level documentation.
Configure authentication software for specific applications.
Perform version upgrades and patches to authentication software.
Troubleshoot and resolve issues with the authentication software.
Junior Level Application Programmer (requires Bachelor's degree in IT, engineering, or related field and 1-4 years experience). Salary for Junior level positions is $55-70k based on experience.
Analyze functional business applications and design specifications for functional activities.
Develop block diagrams and logic flow charts and translates detailed design into computer software.
Test, debug, and refine the computer software to produce the required product.
Prepares required documentation, including both program-level and user-level documentation.
Enhance software to reduce operating time or improve efficiency
All open positions require experience with the following:
Web: .NET, HTML, XML, CSS, PhP, VB Script , ASP, ASP.Net, J2EE, Java, Java Script, JSP
Products: SharePoint, Percussion, Drupal, Adobe Products
Databases: Oracle, SQL Server
Languages: SQL, PL SQL, C, C++, C#
Operating Systems: Windows, Mac, UNIX and Linux
Others: Witango, Terascribe, Net Framework
Familiarity with the following desired (but not required)
Subversion
TestTrackPro
Web Access Management (WAM)
Content Management System Service (CMS)
TIBCO (The Information Bus Company) infrastructure.
SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) intermediaries.
Enterprise Message Service (EMS)
Waterfall, Spiral, Iterative, and RAD lifecycle methodologies


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