Computer Programmer/Analyst

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Created: July 22, 2016


Reporting to the Director of Information Management, this position provides
support for the information and business needs of the Provincial Information and Library
Resources Board. The position provides analysis and programming on small to midscale
production systems. The incumbent understands the business needs and
problems of the organization and recommends, defines and implements appropriate
solutions to resolve these problems. The position is responsible for: request processing
and the quality control, maintenance, support and administration of production systems;
working closely with the IM team to determine scope of requested modifications,
defining requirements, and developing time and cost estimates; ensuring that
enhancements and modifications are correct and adhere to standards; ensuring that all
unit and system testing is adequate and reviewed with the user; writing and modifying
small to medium computer programs, as required; preparing program specifications,
operation instructions, implementation schedules, test plans and user guides as part of
the process of delivering modifications and enhancements; investigating and correcting
production problems for various applications; working within a fast-paced environment
and reporting regularly on status to the Team Lead or Director; and other related
computer support duties as required.

QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must demonstrate knowledge and experience with
Systems Development Life Cycles, including the support and enhancement of
production applications in a client-focused environment. Candidates must have
knowledge and experience using a wide range of programming languages including
MySQL/SQL, PHP 5, Javascript, Jquery, CSS, HTML. A good working knowledge of
MS SQL, PHP Frameworks, Bootstrap Framework, HTML5 and Open Source Content
Management Systems would be an asset. In addition, the successful candidate will
display effective analytical, communication, interpersonal and organizational skills to
complement a proven ability to work in both independent and team based
environments. Experience with formal Incident/Change Management practices, data
protection practices will be considered assets. These qualifications would generally be
acquired through graduation with a degree or diploma from an approved college or
university with major course work in Information Technology supplemented by related
experience of a progressively responsible nature in a multiplatform application
environment. Equivalencies may be considered. Must have a valid driver’s license.
Candidates will be required



Published: Friday, July 22, 2016 14:20 UTC

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