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Senior Application Programmer

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Senior Application Programmer POSITION OVERVIEW The Sr. Application programmer will be responsible for analysing and studying complex system requirements and for designing software tools and subsystems to support software reuse and domain analysis and managing their implementation. DESCRIPTION The Application Programmer will be responsible for the following: - Managing software development and support using formal specifications, data flow diagrams, other accepted design techniques and/or
computer
Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tools. - Providing software development cost and schedule estimates. - Reviewing existing programs and assists in making refinements, reducing operating time, and improving current techniques. - Performing software configuration management. - Assisting and/or performs quality assurance functions. POSITION REQUIREMENTS- A minimum of seven years of experience in applications programming in the applicable language(s) and platform(s), and the ability to develop software in current computer technologies to satisfy design objectives. - Programming experience with Java and/or C , SQL, JavaScript, PHP. - Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. - Excellent communication skills. - Ability to multi-task and manager priorities in a team environment. - Ability to work independently without significant supervision. EDUCATION- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in an IT, engineering, or scientific field. - Four (4) additional years of applicable professional technical experience beyond the five (7) years in applications programming may be substituted for a degree. LOCATION- Washington-Baltimore Metropolitan Area COMPENSATION- Salary is based on how well the candidate meets the qualifications and experience RESUME SUBMISSION REQUIREMENT- Qualified Candidate should submit resume with an attached cover letter that addresses how their qualifications listed in the resume are able to meet the qualifications for this position MYK62683JR

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