[cisb102a] cisb 102 A lesson 5

  • From: Jen McMyler <megadarkangelmon@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cisb102a@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2002 07:38:45 -0800 (PST)

Jennifer McMyler

http://www.headhunter.net/

Nature and Scope of the Position 

Within the Technology department, the Internet Development group is responsible 
for the development of both the JNL Internet and Intranet sites, and associated 
application development. The Programmer functions as a mid-level technician 
working on moderate to complex work requests. As a member of the project team, 
the Programmer is responsible for application design/analysis, developing 
project plans, coding, testing, documenting all code, and maintaining and 
upgrading existing applications. This individual may also interface with the 
customer to assist in the implementation and solution design of work requests. 

The incumbent must code, debug and test application programs utilizing JAVA and 
web-based programming tools. This will be done from a set of written 
specification under the general guidance of the Project Manager or Senior Team 
Member designated as the leader on a given task. The incumbent must be adaptive 
to the use of new software aids and programming techniques as they are acquired 
or adopted within IT in order to achieve the goal of providing a world-class 
corporate web site.. 

Job Requirements 
· Bachelors degree or equivalent experience and/or education; 
· Successful completion of an analytical aptitude exam; 
· One+ years experience in application development utilizing JAVA; 
· Two + years relational database experience; 
· One + years experience in at least three of the following web programming 
tools: Rational Rose, JAVA Servlets, JSP, XML, UML, Websphere, EJB, and JAVA 
Beans; 
· Strong written and oral communication skills; 
· Demonstrated track record of successful system and project implementations



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