- Hourly / - BiWeekly /
- Monthly / $46,942.00-$74,933.00 Yearly
An IT Programmer Analyst I is the intermediate level of work designing, developing, testing, implementing and maintaining applications and programs using generally accepted computer programming languages or other developmental tools. Employees in this classification do not supervise.
Employees in this classification receive moderate supervision from an IT Programmer Analyst Supervisor or other data processing administrator. Employees may be required to work evenings, weekends and holidays and may be subject to call-in.
The IT Programmer Analyst Trainee, IT Programmer Analyst I and IT Programmer Analyst II are differentiated on the basis of degree of supervisory control exercised by the supervisor over these employees. The IT Programmer Analyst Trainee learns to perform duties under close supervision, the IT Programmer Analyst I performs duties under close supervision at times and under general supervision at other times depending on the complexity of the specific duty being performed, and the IT Programmer Analyst II performs the full range of duties under general supervision.
Consults with users to plan, develop, evaluate and revise applications;
Collects and analyzes data concerning applications to determine the purpose of the application, work methods used, cause and effect of problems and improvements needed;
Prepares conceptual designs of proposed new or revised applications outlining the purpose, software components, hardware requirements, cost analysis and alternative solutions;
Prepares technical application designs and project specifications detailing input, processes, output and controls using narrative reports and analysis tools such as flowcharts and diagrams;
Creates and compiles programs using generally accepted computer programming languages or other developmental tools;
Uses specialty software to perform utility routines including debugging and editing;
Develops and assembles documentation including job control language, job control procedures, operating instructions, program documentation and user documentation;
Implements applications by obtaining signatory approval from users, security and other reviewing units;
Debugs and troubleshoots defects, abends, issues and other problems identified in test regions and the production region, as needed, developing software solutions and participating in coordinating software testing and re-migration as needed;
Trains users in the use of new and revised applications;
Maintains applications by evaluating and revising them as required;
Performs emergency maintenance on applications and programs as required;
Prepares system documentation to support software changes such as design documentation, test plans, scope statements and other deliverables required by the work request or project;
Reviews software manuals and other technical literature and attends workshops, seminars and training classes to learn to use various computer programming languages and tools used by the agency and to keep abreast of the latest developments in information technology;
May use PC-based productivity tools to assist in program design and documentation;
Performs other related duties.
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