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st louis, MO
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6 Months
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5 years ago
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The main purpose of this position is to specialize in one or more areas of new application / database development.  The Developer will be responsible for analyzing, programming, documenting, debugging, and testing applications in the development environment.



·         High understanding of technologies, procedures, and concepts within specialized area.

·         Dedicates the majority of their time to the maintenance and support of applications already in production.

·         Mentors Analysts on technical and functional aspects of the applications.

·         Adherence to pre-defined programming standards set by Application Architects.

·         Develops recommendations regarding further definition of development standards and application architecture principles.

·         Creates documentation using established PMO standards.

·         Performs unit testing and assists in user testing of programming modifications.

·         Maintains technical knowledge through training or other measures.

·         When assigned, is prepared to address system problems during off hours with the guidance from other members of the development staff as needed.

·         Provides technical estimates.

·         Translates high-level requirements into detailed technical designs, and leads design sessions and code walk-throughs.

·         Perform other duties as assigned.



·         Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, or related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience required.

·         9+ years of proven success as an application developer required.

·         9+ years of programming experience using OOP.

·         9+ years of programming experience using C++ or C# required.

·         9+ years experience with application communication API's including JMS, COM, and sockets.

·         9+ years experience in writing and debugging multithread applications.