The Senior Programmer Analyst works under the general direction of the DPM II. The position encompasses full range of responsibilities that support the mainframe platform legacy applications. The position serves in a leadership role for a large and complex corporate database requiring an expert level of analytical skill and technical expertise. This includes:
Being the lead technical resource for complex mainframe systems
Providing the scope and definition of highly complex problems to lead and mentor team members to enhancing these systems.
Working independently, the incumbent designs and builds the most complex programs.
Leads a team of programmers in requirements gathering, analysis, design, development, testing, configuration, implementation and maintenance of the most complex subsystems.
Providing coordination with appropriate technical and business staff in all aspects of the development life cycle and ensures successful implementation of those systems.
Taking a key role in exploring and applying new technology to solve new requests or increasing the efficiency of existing systems.
There are two positions available. Please list your eligibility for this position in the Explanations section of your application. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
290 - 381 - 1583 - 008
Technology Services Department
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Technology Services Department 450 N Street, MIC: 26 Sacramento, CA 95814
Lety Medrano (916) 323-4329
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