Corporate Office - San Antonio, TX
CCC Group, Inc. is currently accepting resumes for the position of Programmer Analyst within our corporate Information Technology (IT) Department in San Antonio, TX. The primary function of this position will be to develop custom application and system-level programs to support the Company's information technology requirements.
- Develop solutions for financial, productivity and systems management.
- Work with various programming languages, APIs and storage methods.
- Maintain sourcecode in a version control system.
- Document new sourcecode and modifications.
- Develop solutions with various levels of design.
- Support System Administrators with scripting and server performance analysis.
- Support network services for company, vendors, and clients.
- Work with internal users and external vendors on routine and special projects.
- Troubleshoot issues, repair and resolve problems with computers, networks, or other Company technology; may contact vendor support for assistance, as required.
- Perform additional duties in any section, or combination of sections, as directed by supervisor.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:
Educational and experience requirements include: Bachelor's Degree in Information Systems (IS), Computer Information Systems (CIS), Management Information Systems (MIS) or Computer Science (CS). Full-time work experience of 1-2 years or previous internships is preferred. Strong analytical, organizational, and communication skills required. Ability to handle multiple tasks and perform in a fast, dynamic environment is essential. Knowledge of Linux and Windows Operating Systems is required. Familiarity with the following technologies is preferred: Progress 4GL, Java, SQL, Linux shell scripting and Windows scripting. Familiarity with the following concepts: relational databases, procedural programming, n-tier architecture, 2-tier architecture, mobile apps, web services and web applications.
The above description covers the principal duties and responsibilities of the job. The description shall not, however, be construed as a complete listing of all miscellaneous, incidental or similar duties which may be required from day-to-day. Work term assignments may focus on any one section, or combination of sections, within the IT Department.