The Analyst/Programmer is responsible for analysis, design, creation, testing, documentation, implementation and maintenance of computer software. This includes project leadership responsibilities. The Analyst/Programmer is also responsible for the completion of various business tasks as assigned by the Information Systems (I/S) department manager.
Job Duties & Responsibilities
Design, write, test and document computer programs, subroutines, and scripts to meet project objectives
Analyze requirements for new and existing computer systems
Maintain existing computer programs
Resolve production computer system problems (24 hours per day)
Act as a mentor to new employees
Re-engineer business functions by evaluating requests for service, questioning existing policies, procedures, workflows, etc., to ensure that the best systems are identified and implemented
As a project leader, the Analyst/Programmer is responsible for creating and carrying out the project plan. This includes:
Coordinating all project activity in order to fulfill requirements within the deadline
Interacting with staff of all levels in the user community in order to define business needs
Conducting/documenting meetings with all levels of staff and management.
Analysis and design of automated business solutions
Writing technical program specifications
Assigning tasks to 1 to 4 other exempt personnel
Verifying results of staff assignments
Programming and testing of computer programs
24 hour per day availability for production problem resolution
Bachelor's degree in computer science or equivalent years of experience is required. Equivalent years of experience are determined as one year of technical experience for every year of college requested.
3 to 6 years systems analysis and programming experience
Programming experience with C# and .Net is required
SQL server, Web Services and Visual Studio 2008 experience is highly preferred
WCF experience is preferred
Experience with Desktop Application Development, Source Control tools, System Support and Testing Methodologies is preferred
Experience with WPF, Desktop deployment (MSI, ClickOnce), CTI (Genesys), and/or Rational ClearCase would be a plus
Demonstrated proficiency in written and oral communication skills is required.
Working knowledge of information technologies in use at BCBST required, including MS-Office products, mainframe systems, and client/server systems is required.
Demonstrated leadership, analysis, design, and project management skills is required.
Knowledge of BCBST's basic business operations is also preferred.
BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee - 2 years ago
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