December 20, 2016, 11:53 AMsusannah
Job in Jackson, MS, in Healthcare
This very nice recruiter called me today, so I thought i'ld help her out.
Her name is
Alexa Nagy email@example.com
Job Title: WebFOCUS Developer
Location: Jackson, MS
Type of Position: Contract-to-hire
Pay Rate: Negotiable
If you are interested in learning more about this position, please contact Alexa Nagy, Technical Recruiter with Apex Systems, at (804) 292-7276 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Job Summary – The Data & Information Developer II is responsible for designing, developing, testing, and implementing corporate business intelligence & reporting applications that satisfy business requirements and meet performance expectations. The Data & Information Developer II is also responsible for analyzing and defining reporting requirements working with the business analysts and identifying the proper data sources. The Data & Information Developer II monitors the reporting environment, configures new reporting applications in the system, and does performance tuning for existing applications.
Must have a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, or related field.
2+ years of experience with Information Builders FOCUS, WebFOCUS, and Reporting Server (iWay/EDA) products and environment.
3+ years of systems analysis.
3+ years of experience using SQL / Relational databases (MS SQL Server and DB2).
5+ years of experience in a structured programming environment.
Experience with mainframe applications development, VSAM, and DB2 file/table processing preferred.
Exposure to Object Oriented programming techniques.
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office and Visio.
Background in medical and financial data analysis in health insurance industry desirable.
Technical Recruiter with Apex Systems, at (804) 292-7276 or email@example.com.
Alexa Nagy | Technical Recruiter | Apex Systems
4870 Sadler Road, Suite 200, Glen Allen, Virginia 23060
Office: 8042927276 | Fax: 804-545-7701
December 20, 2016, 01:51 PMPrarie
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