Reporting to the Vice President of Systems Engineering, our Web Programmer will work as part of the Systems Engineering web development team with direct support and maintenance of the AccuWeather.com (ADC) web-related properties, products and services. Successful candidate will join a technical team generally responsible for the presentation layer of ADC web-sites and applications, and will assist the team in this overall function.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assist the Senior Programmer(s) with the maintenance, support, and development of programs, systems, and processes surrounding ADC Web-related properties. This work will be primarily HTML page development for the presentation layer.
Troubleshoot and identify technical issues surrounding the ADC Web-properties
Provide 24 hour support to AccuWeather’s Customer Support and NOC personnel for ADC products and services programmed by the team
Ability to produce high-quality work the first time out.
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
Strong attention to detail and ability with follow-through in project completion and problem resolution.
Other duties as assigned.
BACKGROUND AND QUALIFICATIONS:
BS in Computer Science or equivalent degree in Science, Technology or related field required.
Experience in basic computer programming methodologies.
Experience in modern programming languages (C#, .Net).
Experience in HTML code development (web-site page creation and programming) with an understanding and demonstrated use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
Demonstrated interest in continued development of computer science programming skill set(s).
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment under changing and strict deadlines.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
Ability to travel, as required.
AccuWeather is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
AccuWeather, Inc - 7 months ago
AccuWeather, The World's Weather Authority , presents accurate, localized, branded forecasts and severe weather bulletins to over 110 millio...