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POSITION: IT Programmer
LOCATION: Tennessee (Between Chattanooga and Nashville)
TYPE: Permanent Position
SALARY: DOE (Up to $55,000)
Must be Citizen or GC Holder
Under general supervision, develop and support custom applications, mainly
web applications for use in production and office environments. Provide tier 2 support to production and office staff as needed.
Provide level 2 support for desktop and web applications.
Design, develop, and deploy various .NET C# desktop and web applications in support of manufacturing operations and office staff.
Update instant support and support ticket logs as required.
Update time tracking as needed.
Maintain a running list of production system bugs, description of code changes to address the bug, and the version / release that contains the patch.
- Coordinate code changes with contract developers and IT staff to ensure that patches are fully tested and applied appropriately, within a specific time frame.
Attend IT meetings
Attend monthly Star team meeting
Attend IT safety and 3S audits
Attend quarterly IIP review
Attend dock audit for quality once per quarter
Attend quarterly plant-wide meeting
Complete non-conformances and fault-tree analyses as required.
Manage application development projects; implement and maintain applications to support fundamental business requirements.
Support the direction of IT Management, policies, and processes.
Overtime and after hours support as required
Travel as required.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or other software development field or equivalent experience.
Experience in development environments and languages; specifically, asp.net, c#, ajax, PHP, JAVA.
SQL database experience, including knowledge of SQL syntax for stored procedures and functions.
Knowledge of principles and capabilities of computer systems, including networked environments and peripheral devices.
Knowledge of Local Area Network (LAN) principles.
Knowledge of local system access and security guidelines and procedures.
Knowledge of data management and backup processes (SQL)
Intermediate knowledge of software troubleshooting techniques.
Basic knowledge of MS Office applications and PC software.
Knowledge of the principles and practices of ethical and professional rules of conduct.
Skill in exercising judgment to apply effective troubleshooting procedures for software development in a multiple operating system environment.
Skill in establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with department staff.
Skill in following and effectively communicating verbal and written instructions.
Skill in assessing and prioritizing multiple tasks, projects and demands.
Skill in working independently and as a member of a team.