iSeries Programmer Analyst (AS400, SystemI)

We are seeking a Programmer Analyst to join the Card Processing Solutions team in Springfield, MO. In this role, you will provide programming support for existing software enhancements across all CPS products. As a Programmer Analyst you will be responsible for the following: scoping/research, software implementation, data conversion, vendor testing and certifications.
Mimimum of 2 years of experience in programming on the iSeries (AS400, SystemI).
Must be able to travel up to 25%.
Bachelor's degree preferred.
Experience with any of the following: RPG Free, CLP, SQL, DB400 and RDi.
Knowledge of the financial industry.
Strong knowledge of Change Management Systems.
Strong communication and customer interaction skills.
Develops programming code for new and/or existing software enhancements.
Devises block diagrams, logic procedures and prepares flowcharting.
Troubleshoots and debugs existing code.
Tests code and fixes to ensure quality.
Develops conversion and system implementation plans; implements newly created code and fixes into existing software.
Provides programming support for various interfaces.
Keeps customers informed of all enhancements, troubleshooting, and fixes; may assist the customer in determining if and how system enhancements may improve process flow and business function.
Creates all programming documentation; may include defining the system and functional requirements of the product
May complete project bids and/or work effort estimates. Interacts with customers to gather system requirements.
Mentors, trains, develops and provides support to less experienced co-workers.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Applicants for U.S. based positions with Jack Henry & Associates must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and maintains a Drug-Free Workplace.
Females, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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