Our client is currently seeking a .NET PROGRAMMER ANALYST.
The .Net Programmer Analyst contributes to the completion of project deliverables and is accountable for the analysis, design, development, implementation, and support of applications to ensure and/or maintain alignment with the Lines of Business (LOBs) strategies.
Possesses a university degree in Computing Science of Info Management and/or 2-5 years experience with extensive business knowledge
Possesses solid knowledge of design and analysis methodology and application development processes from both an industry and Company perspective
Demonstrates solid understanding of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and Quality Assurance requirements and software development control and release procedures
Applicant should be proficient in the following languages & tools: MS SQL, SSIS, SSRS, C#, VB, and ASP.NET.
Possesses solid analytical skills for complex problem solving
Is able to manage multiple priorities
Is able adapt and quickly develop in-depth technical understanding of new/different applications
Is detail oriented with strong organizational skills
Demonstrates solid communication skills, both written and verbal
Demonstrates good leadership skills and independence
Identifies business issue/concern and recommends solution Liason to enterprise infrastructure teams for LAN and WAN related projects
Design and implement solution for trading and wholesale banking operation group.
Write technical specifications and design documents.
Write and execute functional and regression test cases; assist integration and user acceptance testing.
Participates in project and team meetings interacting and collaborating with team members and other departments as appropriate.
Provide analytic and application support for existing and new applications.
Contributes to successful completion of project deliverables
Provides support to team members and application support analyst
Thorough in-depth knowledge of design and analysis methodology and application development processes from both an industry and Company perspective
Defines technical and procedural improvements