Under the general supervision of a Data Processing Manager II, the incumbent will serve as a member of the Desktop Applications Unit. The Staff Programmer Analyst (Specialist) is responsible for building and supporting mainframe, desktop, and web applications that support the Board of Equalization’s operations; serving as a team member on large complex IT projects and/or a lead programmer on smaller projects; working independently as a technical analyst in exploring and applying new technology to streamline business work processes; training and mentoring new or inexperienced programming staff.
Desirable qualifications include experience with COBOL programming in a UNIX environment utilizing T-SQL and Sybase;
knowledge in client/server architecture and relational database design, application development methodology, testing and change control process; ability to analyze complex system problems and identify solutions; work experience in C# and ASP.NET programming, writing stored procedures in Transact–SQL; strong documentation and written communication skills.
Please state your eligibility for this position in the Explanations Section of your application. Applications will be screened and only the most qualified candidates will be selected for an interview. Three positions are available. This position is located in a high-rise building. These positions may become permanent if the necessary funding becomes available. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
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Technology Services Department
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Technology Services Department 450 N Street, MIC: 26 Sacramento, CA 95814
Kristen Cooper (916) 322-5902
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