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IT Associate Application Developer

Overview Looking for a person with strong analytic capability, communication skills and a passion in technology to work as IT Associate Application Developer on our Information Management-BI Analytics team and develop Business Intelligence solutions using tools such as Informatica, Cognos and Microsoft SQL Server SSIS/SSRS/SSAS technologies.   Responsibilities Meet with business unit representatives to define and evaluate Information and analytic needs. Work with senior developers to implement ad-hoc and standard reports using Informatica, Cognos, MS SSRS and SSAS. Modify existing application programs or writes new programs of basic to moderate complexity and scope, working with applications systems designs and specifications and utilizing standards, procedures, and techniques. Provide production support as needed both during and after normal business hours. Assist higher-level programmers in the development of complex programs. Assist others with debugging whenever necessary. Identify Business Intelligence technology trends and explore opportunities for use within the organization Receives formal training, if required, and on-the-job instruction in conjunction with a progression of increasingly more difficult tasks. Qualifications Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Mathematics, Management or related field preferred. Strong analytic and problem solving abilities Quick learning skills Ability to work on multiple projects concurrently as well as work in a team environment Strong  communication skills-written and verbal are a must for this position Computer programming experience and/or SQL data base experiencepreferred 6066
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