• COBOL Developer (H)

    Location US-TX-Huntsville
    Job ID
    2018-3647
    # Positions
    1
    Experience (Years)
    8
    Category
    Developer
    Deadline Date
    4/20/2018
    Duration (Hours)
    2720
    Duration (Months)
    17
    Visa Restrictions
    Authorized to work in the US
  • Overview

    Allied Consultants, Inc. is an Austin-based firm which has for 25 years been a premier provider of technical and business professionals to clients in Texas. We are currently seeking an experienced COBOL Developer to be a key resource on a technical services team.

     

    Allied Consultants offers its family of consultants excellent rates, a local support staff, and an attractive benefits package which includes medical insurance (Allied shares a percentage of the cost), life insurance, a matching 401(k) plan and a cafeteria plan.

    Candidates selected for interview will be required to undergo criminal background checks and may be required to complete a drug screen in accordance with Federal and State Law.  Offers of Employment are contingent on a successful background check


    Allied Consultants is an equal opportunities employer.

    Responsibilities

    Our client has a large mainframe application system written in COBOL/DB2.   They have a need for experienced COBOL developers to design, develop, enhance these systems and build stability into the application infrastructure.  This will be the first step in the client’s goal of modernizing their legacy applications. 

     

    The position will require on site work, Monday through Friday from 8 to 5.  

    Qualifications

    Required:

     

     

    Years

    Skills/Experience

    8

    Developing complex application systems using software development life cycle

    8

    Developing application using COBOL

    8

    Developing applications using the relational database DB2

    8

    Developing and modifying job control language (JCL)

    8

    Developing SQL scripts and queries

    3

    Developing application using VSAM file structure

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