C# . NET Programmer
Exposure to OnDemand and Medicaid Claims Business Rules is a plus.
Analyzes customer information requirements and product specifications to define technical content strategy and plan.
Designs and develops written and/or visual product-related information hard copy, web - (e.g., user/configuration/troubleshooting guides), and online information (interactive demos, help systems) integrated into product, for a variety of audiences (end user, system administrators, internal support engineers, product developers, training developers).
Codes, builds, compiles, and tests online information and/or sets-up, loads and tests systems hardware to create information deliverables and provide feedback on ease of use and user interfaces to product development.
As customer advocate, helps define/refine product requirements.
Develops standards and style documents and templates, scripts, style sheets, and script and graphic libraries to ensure common look and feel. Interfaces with cross-functional areas as a member of the product development team, such as marketing, test, support, and manufacturing.
Equal Opportunity Employer Veterans/Disabled
Intermediate: Ability to apply intermediate level of subject matter knowledge to solve a variety of common business issues.
Works on problems/projects of moderately complex scope.
Exercises independent judgment within defined practices and procedures to determine appropriate action.
Acts as an informed team member providing analysis of information and limited project direction input.
Follows established guidelines and interprets policies.
Evaluates unique circumstances and makes recommendations.
Typically a First Level University degree in Technical Communications, Computer Science or related technical/communications field and a minimum of 2-4 years related experience or an Advanced University degree and up to 2 years related experience or equivalent.
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