Java Programmer

Job Description

Title: Java Programmer

Location: Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Interview Mode: Can interview via phone/skype or F2F. Preference will be given to local candidates and F2F interviews. Candidate MUST be able to relocate to location within 1-2 weeks.

Duration: Long Term Contract

Requesting assistance to provide software analysis and design services for a web conversion project. Contractors services will be provided on an as-needed based on-site, at times mutually acceptable to both parties.

Translating Analysis and Design documents and specifications into software programs

Develop data analysis/summary reports as required utilizing IBM and Microsoft tools

Use application logic to identify and correct data errors

Review Cobol code and CL command language files to support non-database functions

Assist support staff as well as application programmers

Continue conversion process from COBOL application to web-based

Testing, debugging, and refining computer software to produce the required product

Preparing required documentation, including both program-level and user-level documentation

Enhancing software to reduce operating time or improve efficiency

Includes the coding guidelines and procedures as implemented by OJA into all programs and follows all appropriate standards.

The application resides on an IBM iSeries (AS/400). Must have a minimum of 5 years experience utilizing this platform.

Detailed experience for each position are as follows:

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science

5+ years experience as a programmer/developer utilizing Java/J2EE in a large scale/complex business environment

Experience using IBM Websphere application development kit (v6/v7/v8)

Experience with the iTEXT PDF generation tool for AS/400

Experience with IBM DB2 and SQL for AS/400

Experience using Websphere Development Studio for iSeries (AS/400)

Experience using Java Developer Kit on iSeries (AS/400)

Experience with the Juvenile On-Line Tracking System (JOLTS) a plus

Additional Information

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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