INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT
This position requires knowledge of programming and computer fundamentals/techniques to accomplish the successful programming and installation of new systems, projects, major/minor improvements to existing programs, and solutions to application program malfunctions.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY
Design, write, test, document, debug, implement and maintain computer programs.
Interpret detailed system/program specifications in terms of computer programming requirements for applications.
Research, evaluate, and develop solutions to application program malfunctions.
Create and estimate project task lists.
Apply appropriate project management techniques according to Information Systems standards.
Develop clear and accurate written plans and specifications.
Conduct walk-through’s or code reviews of computer programs for assigned projects.
Complete all training and assignments in a timely and effective manner.
Apply departmental standards and procedures to all assignments.
Effectively communicate with appropriate personnel.
Function effectively as a team member.
Manage multiple projects and requests simultaneously.
Provide after-hours problem resolution as required.
Achieve mastery of appropriate tools for programming and problem resolution.
Complete all other duties as assigned.
MINIMUM POSITION QUALIFICATIONS
At least one of the following degrees:
Bachelor’s degree in a computer or technical related field from an accredited school with a minimum 2 years of
programming experience; or
Associate’s degree in a computer or technical related field from an accredited school with a minimum of 15 hours
in programming courses and a minimum 3 years programming experience; and
Good problem solving abilities.
Ability and willingness to learn and extend skills.
Good oral and written communication skills.
Good organizational skills.
Proficient in use of Microsoft Office software required.
VB Script. JAVA Script. DB2 or equivalent relational database.
ASP, JSP, or .NET.
SQL or ADO. Microsoft .NET objects.
Occasionally work long, irregular hours.
Provide after hours problem resolution when required.
Repeated use of PC, telephone, and office machines.
Extended periods of sitting and concentration.
Occasional bending, twisting, crouching, pulling, pushing, and reaching in an office environment.
Texas Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company
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