Senior Application Developer/Analyst
December 13, 2013
Sound Credit Union, a dynamic, progressive-minded state chartered credit union is seeking an experienced Senior Application Developer/Analyst. Sound Credit Union has over $1B in assets, a membership base of over 100,000, and 21 branches throughout King, Pierce, Snohomish, and Thurston counties.
The primary role of the Senior Information Technology Programmer Analyst is to provide business analysis, code development, and implementation of moderate to complex projects. Works with other departments in a proactive manner to deliver high-quality solutions in a timely manner. Maintain and customize current application software; design, program, and implement software solutions that meet the Credit Union’s special needs using Symitar PowerOn, repgen, SymForm, SymForm PDF and other tools; serve as a resource for problem determination and follow-up; and provide technical support to users. Participate in defining system requirements. Develop implementation plans, and test software and system capabilities. Represent users to vendors to define system requirements and help the vendors understand organizational needs. Ensure the updating of credit union software by preparing new releases/patches/fixes/flashes from software vendor.
Qualified candidates will have; Two years’ demonstrated experience in Symitar repgen programming; five years’ preferred. Experience developing software requirement specifications, managing projects, and developing and customizing application software. Two years’ of college or vocational training in computer science or Management Information Technology preferred. Software development certification desired. Must be bondable.
We offer a professional work environment with a competitive salary and benefits plan. For consideration, interested applicants MUST complete an online application at www.soundcu.com/careers. Pre-employment screening includes a credit check; results should demonstrate financial responsibility. M/F/D/V. EOE.
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