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Programmer Analyst I, Environmental Medicine and Public Health
Ground breaking science. Advancing medicine. Healing made personal.
General Responder Data Center (GRDC) of the World Trade Center Health Program
is charged with the oversight and coordination of the data collection, data
analyses and reporting on the health status of over 43,000 enrolled responders
and volunteers being seen for medical monitoring and treatment at the five
general responder Clinical Centers of Excellence (CCEs) within the NY-NJ
The Data Management team of the GRDC is seeking a highly-motivated individual to fill the roles of web-based applications forms developer and technical documentation writer for a new information system being developed in-house by the GRDC.
The Programmer Analyst I develops, installs, services, maintains and documents operating system principles, and system software programming techniques.
This is a full time position for a period of 2 years with the possibility of being extended.
- Reports to and takes direction from the Data Management supervisor and Prof. Todd
- Assists in the definition and programming of moderately complex software, such as utility programs, job control language, macros and subroutines
- May assist in the coding of various control modules developed internally
- May assist with relatively complex software applications, such as job accounting, systems generation, terminal monitors, compilers, link editors and assemblers
- Assists in developing and modifying relatively complex software, such as routines supporting multi programming, telecommunications and file management
- May provide assistance to other Programmer Analysts
- Writes technical documentation for the information system such as procedures, user manuals and flow charts
- Performs related duties as assigned or requested
- Education: Bachelor degree in Computer Science or a related discipline
- Experience: Two years of experience in web forms development, or an equivalent combination of education and work experience. Proficiency in Microsoft Visual Studio development environment for web applications utilizing IIS front ends, business logic, web services, middle tiers and Oracle/SQL Server back ends will be major pluses.
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