The Georgia Department of Labor is currently modernizing all business systems to n-tier integrated solutions. Legacy application systems are currently written on the mainframe in COBOL, CICS, and Easytrieve. The Department is seeking mainframe programmer/analysts with strong analytical and development skills to provide business continuity during this transition. The qualified candidate will design, code, test, modify and debug computer application. Responsibilities will include writing and analyzing programs of high complexity. The candidate will analyze, research, and resolve program or systems problems and develop program documentation. The candidate will also lead the development of system programs.
Specific responsibilities include:
Bachelor’s degree in Software Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technology or other related technical discipline.
7 to 10 years’ experience in coding mainframe applications using COBOL,CICS, DB2, VSAM
Experience with Java is a plus
Motivated self-starter – works well independently, but ability to also work well in a team environment
Demonstrates professional behavior under pressure
Ability to resolve complex and diverse issues by identifying underlying or hidden problems and patterns
Clear understanding of end-to-end application delivery in a multi-platform environment (mainframe, client server, web).
Knowledgeable and experienced in the full Systems Development Life Cycle and Testing Methodologies.
Comfortable in interacting with staff and management, including Executive levels.
Must be meticulous in creating high quality, high value deliverables
Ability to write technical design documentation in clear and understandable fashion
Possess well developed communication skills – oral, written, listening. Good analytical and negotiation skills, and close attention to detail.
Ability to multitask and stay well organized
Must have strong collaboration skills
Required Skills Required Experience
Bachelor's degree or equivalent technical training required MBA preferred HRIS Related Certification preferred
8 to 10 years of HRIS or similar experience 3-5 years of experience with ADP's HCM (or similar product) suite of products 5 to 8 years of experience with HRIS products Advanced knowledge of MS Access and relational database concepts Proficient in MS Word & Excel Excellent organizational and project management skills Compensation experience a plus Experience supporting benefit, pension, compensation and HR applications