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SQL Applications Programmer

Responsibilities include: o    Documenting solution designs and technical requirements for the support and development SQL Server, Visual Basic and .NET based applications. o    Quickly understand client business expectations and transform the required features into technical specifications o    Tracking system deliverables to ensure the quality level is attained o    Assisting in identifying data issues determined via reporting o    Troubleshooting data issues and bugs within SQL scripts o    Providing incident resolution oversight, including first time right, root cause analysis and corrective actions o    Confirms project scoping for IT solutions; communicates effectively to identify options, explain issues, recommends solutions, manage risks, and reduce escalations during project design and delivery o    Manages and tracks status of requirements throughout the project lifestyle; updates and refines as necessary o    Supports Production, Development, and QA Environments   Qualified applicants will have: o    A minimum of an Associate's degree in Computers, Accounting or Engineering or 5 + years' experience as a SQL Server Applications Developer  o    2 + years of Microsoft SQL Server programming and databaseexperience (SQL Server 2008 R2, 2012, 2016 environment with SQL Server 2000 knowledge a Plus) o    Familiarity with Visual Basic, .NET framework and HTML development o    Experience with SQL scripting and SQL creation including views, SPs, functions, and tables o    Experience with reporting tool(s) - preferably SSRS and Crystal Reports o    Experience with SSIS Integration Services to extract and transform data from a wide variety of sources such as XML data files, flat files, and relational data sources o    Experience using source control (TFS or other source control tools) o    Any experience with packaged ERP applications like INFOR Visual or INFOR SyteLine would be a plus
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Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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