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VB.NET Programmer (Ref: 346293)

Company Name:
Professional Technology Integration Inc
Position: VB.NET Programmer (Ref: 346293)
Location: Little Rock, AR 72201
Salary: $50 /hr.
Duration: 1+ Year - Contract
Description:
Programmer is responsible for coding, component & assembly testing of all application code owned by the Application Team. Programmers typically are involved in maintenance (including production support), enhancement & new development work
RESPONSIBILITIES
This position is for a VB.net business application programmer.
This is NOT web development.
Local candidates preferred.
Code enhancement and program development to resolve production problems using the functional and technical programming standards.
Test, enhance and develop programs.
Create and provide content for operational documentation.
Utilize configuration management tools, design tools, debugging tools, and any other environment specific tools necessary to create, test, and implement an application.
Research problems before approaching the Team Lead or Functional Architect for assistance.
Limited functional knowledge.
Follow quality standards.
Support installation of application releases into production as directed.
Complete assigned tasks.
Strong communication skills; both written and spoken.
Work with Functional Architects to gather and interpret user requirements into design specifications.
Develop system specifications and interfaces.
Determine time estimates and schedule for work.
Moderate functional and process knowledge.
Work with users to ensure that solutions meet business requirements.
Execution of all responsibilities with little direct supervision of Team Lead.
Identify and track issues, risks and action items.
Skill Required / Desired
Business Application Development in VB.Net Required 5 Years
TSQL Required 5 Years
Business Objects Oriented Programming Required 5 Years
Visual Studio 2005 & 2008 Required 5 Years
Technical Documentation Required 5 Years
Excellent Communication Skills Required 15 Years
State Government Experience Highly desired

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