Programmer Analyst
Holland , Michigan
November 20, 2017

Robert Half Technology is looking for a Programmer Analyst who combines a real passion for formulating and defining systems scope and objectives with an understanding of software and applications programming and industry requirements. This Programmer Analyst will be working for a company in the Semi-Conductors, Electric Component Manu field. Through research and fact-finding, you will make recommendations for developing or modifying applications or databases. This is a full-time Programmer Analyst role based in Holland, Michigan. Apply today. What you get to do every day - Reviews methods of processing and recommends improvements - Analyzes and records issues, collaborating with other programmers to fix code problems - Analyzes user requests for systems changes or improvements. Documents functional requirements and assesses cost, feasibility and utility. Develops recommendation as to how, when or whether to proceed with making the changes - Provides ongoing training and assistance for end users and other partner groups for a particular application, system or process - Assists in the developing communication content for specific system changes being implemented in production - Create and test programming changes for every systems development phase prior to implementation. Write test cases and expected outcomes. Review results and verify that requirements are met. May develop simple tests or a defined subset of larger tests. May recommend acceptance/rejection if requirements are not all met - Builds and maintains dictionaries for applications and systems support by the analyst - Guides internal clients on applications, systems and/or processes for identifying and resolving, processing/reporting programming problems. Provides consultation through troubleshooting and/or education

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Founded in 1948, Robert Half (NYSE: RHI) is the world's first and largest specialized staffing services firm.

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