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Applications Developer

Company Name:
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. has an opening for a Applications Developer position in Dublin, OH. Execute application development and technical support by following the software development lifecycle processes that will include interacting with business liaisons, business users and different technology groups on an ongoing basis, developing technical design documents, analyzing potential risks/benefits in using a specified solution to address the business requirement, coding, and unit testing. Participate in code reviews and ensure that all solutions are aligned to pre-defined architectural specifications; identify/troubleshoot application code-related issues; and review and provide feedback to the final user documentation. Will manage and orchestrate project deliverables and associated resources only. Not a managerial level role within company hierarchy, and no direct reports involved with the position. Role is still an individual contributor role. Specific Requirements Employer will accept Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or related technical field, followed by six years of progressive, post-baccalaureate work experience in job offered or six years of progressive, post-baccalaureate work experience in an applications developer-related occupation. Experience must include:
1. Designing and developing applications using Microsoft programming languages C# and VB;
2. Developing web applications using ASP.NET, HTML, CSS, MVC, WCF, web services and WPF;
3. Developing reports using packaged reporting software; Crystal Reports, SSRS or Business Objects;
4. Extensive experience in scripting technologies, JavaScript, CSS, and HTML;
5. Experience in creating database solutions using and RDBMS, with primary focus being SQL Server;
6. Experience using MS ETL skills; SSIS, DTS, and BAT files; and,
7. Design skills using MS Office products; MS Word, Visio, Access.
Please fax your resume to (312) 732-7830 with following job ID clearly indicated: CG140115657.

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