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This position is with Extension Technology & Computer Services (ETCS), a department dedicated to providing leadership in the application of information technology for Extension faculty and staff throughout the state.
The Programmer/Analyst is responsible for implementing programming needs of Extension and maintaining appropriate solutions.
1. Implement and maintain programming solutions using the appropriate software.
2. Work with other programmers in group projects, sharing experiences and knowledge.
3. Document programming solutions to provide other programmers with a reference point in maintaining the solution.
4. Help enforce and maintain Extension polices as they relate to appropriate use and storage of data.
5. Program primarily using Microsoft Visual Basic .Net.
6. Write/debug SQL stored procedures.
7. Keep supervisors informed of duties preformed and report any problems or needs.
8. Other duties in support of the ETCS team.
Minimum Qualifications: An Associate’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired is necessary.
Two to three years experience in computers.
Preferred Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is preferred.
For additional information and to apply, see Job Opening ID #25153 online at https://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/staff and Click on the link for Prospective Employees.
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