Req. # : PROGRMR
A+ FCU is seeking an experienced candidate to fill our Programmer Analyst I position!
Benefits to working as a Programmer Analyst:
In-house training with internal advancement opportunities
Job Description of the Programmer Analyst I:
Completes all programming assignments in a timely manner in accordance with internal programming standards and procedures. Requests support from senior programming staff or management as needed to perform this function.
Writes or enhances customized reports, letters, and internal forms to provide data output to end-users.
Analyzes the feasibility of programming projects by gathering specifications and other information from departments. Evaluates system capabilities and recommends programming solutions. Requests support from senior programming staff or management as needed to perform this function.
Assists departments in understanding programming modifications/enhancements that have been performed so that they can independently validate that the programming changes have been completed as specified.
Consults with other employees regarding the use of software systems. This may include answering questions or suggesting improvements based on knowledge of the system or information from senior programming staff or management.
Maintains a thorough understanding of the core processing system in order to perform system upgrades, maintain system security and data integrity, and assist with daily, weekly, and monthly processing as needed.
Analyzes requirements and provides data extracts used for system interfaces and special projects as assigned.
Assists vendor software support staff and service technicians with troubleshooting hardware and software problems, addressing issues related to system functionality, and working with interfaces between systems.
Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Job Requirements for a Programmer Analyst I:
High school diploma or GED equivalent required. Associate or Bachelors degree in related field preferred.
Minimum of two years experience in related field.
General knowledge of computers and software applications.
Strong logical ability and the ability to troubleshoot problems.
Ability to work flexible hours, including late nights and weekends.
General knowledge of the financial industry.
Working knowledge of financial institution policies and procedures, credit union preferred.
Basic math/accounting skills, research and problem solving skills.
Good verbal and written communication skills.
If you are interested in this Programmer Analyst I position, click APPLY NOW to submit your resume!
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