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Entry Web Applications Programmer

A client located in Montgomery, Alabama is actively seeking an Entry Web Applications Programmer to join their team. The selected individual will be an Advanced Systems Design employee, with the opportunity for growth within the department. Please see below for the full requirements and experience needed for this role.

Skills Required:

  • Ability to develop and maintain custom Crystal Reports from DB2 or SQL Server databases to extract and collect data using complicated SQL code with complex joins.
  • Strong database programming skills and proficiency in DB2, SQL, Stored Procedures, Indexes
  • Strong .NET programming skills and proficiency in C#, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, ASP.Netweb forms to manipulate databases or files and produce outputs and reports.
  • Ability to develop technical design and functional documents such as detail design documents and functional specification documents.
  • Ability to assist in post implementation support
  • Ability to provide support by collecting and analyzing data and reporting results; work closely with users to establish requirements for new reports or modifications of existing reports, and to ensure proper testing and validation of completed reports.
  • Ability to work with technical staff to understand and anticipate problems and collaborate to resolve any web application and reporting issues.

Skills Preferred:

  • Strong database programming skills and proficiency with DB2 10 LUW and Crystal Reports 2013
  • Team Foundation Server 2012
  • SharePoint 2010
  • Business Object Enterprise

Experience Preferred: 

  • Prior database programming experience with DB2 10 LUW and Crystal Reports 2013.
  • Prior SACWIS (State Automated Child Welfare Systems) experience preferred.
  • Prior Business Objects Enterprise experience would be useful.
  • Prior experience with Team Foundation Server 2012.
  • Prior experience with SharePoint 2010.
  • Prior experience with Toad for DB2.

Education Requirements: 

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Computer Science, Math, Information Technology or a related field, including 2 courses in programming

Advanced Systems Design, Inc. is:

A leading Information Technology provider for Federal, State & Local government agencies.
A certified minority-owned small business government contractor with capabilities related to Public Health IT, Criminal Justice, Transportation and Defense. 
A certified service-disabled veteran-owned company with a proud 37+ year track record of providing successful innovative solutions for our government customers.

Our Employees:

Our employees are actively working on next-generation technology projects with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and a wide array of Federal, State and Local agencies throughout the United States. They are eligible for wide-ranging benefits and perks, including but not limited to:

  • Comprehensive Health Insurance with PPO and HDHP/HSA options 
  • Dental Insurance 
  • Vision Insurance 
  • Short/Long-Term Disability 
  • Group Life Insurance - Company Paid 
  • Voluntary Life Insurance 
  • 401(k) Plan with Employer Match 
  • Paid Time Off (Vacation/Sick) 
  • Holiday Pay - Company Paid Federal Holidays 
  • Tuition Assistance 
  • Professional Certification Incentive Plan 
  • Employee Referral Plan 
  • Technology Exposure

For additional information regarding Advanced Systems Design, please check out our website at: www.asd-web.com

 

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