Job Description :
Need COBOL Mainframe Developer

Position:COBOL Mainframe Developer
Location:Salem OR
Duration:6+ Month Contract

Drug and Background
The Department of Human Services Oregon Health Authority is looking for a programmer IV that will reviews, analyzes, and modifies programming systems including encoding, testing, debugging and documenting programs. May require a bachelor''s degree. Requires six years or more of experience in the field or in a related area. Familiar with a variety of the field''s concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of complicated tasks.
Programmer IV to support IE&ME Legacy Project work.
Minimum of six years of Experience as a Senior Mainframe Developer using COBOL, CICS, JCL, DB2, JCL, TSO/ISPF. (must have ALL of these skills)

Other desirable experience is as follows:
Demonstrated knowledge of relevant functional business areas of Oregon Self-Sufficiency Program (SSP) and Oregon Aging and People with Disabilities (APD) programs and processes, or similar knowledge from other states, including the handling of financial transactions
Previous experience in state or local Oregon government agencies or for Human Services organizations in other states.
Demonstrated experience with large-scale complex technical architectures that include interfaces with other large-scale systems.
Demonstrated knowledge with logging of communication between large-scale systems.
Demonstrated knowledge in the handshake between interfacing systems to ensure proper reception and synchronization of records; this should specifically include experience developing and testing web services across multiple platforms.
Demonstrated experience working independently with minimal supervision and direction.
Demonstrated experience developing analysis and design documentation necessary for the construction, testing and implementation of identified tasks to be completed.

Azhar khan
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Client : State of Oregon :Department of Health Services