Need a Senior Programmer Analyst - MAINFRAME | Jersey City, NJ

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  1. kin

    kin Guest


    Location: Jersey City, NJ.

    Need local to NY/NJ

    F2F interview must

    Role: Senior Programmer Analyst - MAINFRAME

    Employment Status: Consultant.

    Key Domain:

    Good understanding of financial services Products and Pricing
    Reference Data business
    Excellent communication skills
    Strong technical and analytical skills
    Key Responsibilities

    As a team member actively participate in all phases SDLC which include
    requirements-gathering, definition, design, coding, testing, build,
    deployment, and support
    The successful candidate must have excellent communication and
    technical skills and additionally be capable of working with both
    business and technology teams located in various regions to meet
    project objectives
    Technical Skills

    At least 5 years experience designing and implementing applications
    using COBOL, CICS, DB2, SQL, VSAM, IBM MQ Series, SDF
    Must have hands on experience in MQSeries within the past 12 months
    In-depth understanding of the software development process
    Experience in building high performance and scalable applications
    Experience in using design and development tools
    Working knowledge of Java, XML and IMS DB/DC is a plus
    Non-Technical Skills

    Work experience in financial services and/or investment banking
    including experience in products and pricing reference data is
    Strong written and verbal communication skills
    Strong analytical skills
    Good interpersonal skills to work effectively with the business users
    and the global technology teams
    Sound work ethic

    Rukmangathan ||
    kin, Aug 6, 2009
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  2. kin <> wrote in news:0b10bad4-01c5-48bf-b383-

    > Hi,
    > SNIPPED long SPAM ad for COBOL programmers (in a .NET group)

    Well, Rukmangathan, I think you are going to find plenty of bites here, as
    everyone knows all us programmers look alike. ;-)

    Gregory A. Beamer
    MVP; MCP: +I, SE, SD, DBA

    Twitter: @gbworld

    | Think outside the box! |
    Gregory A. Beamer, Aug 6, 2009
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