Codes, tests, debugs, implements, and documents basic programs. Assists in the modification of company products and/or customer/internal systems to meet the needs of the client and/or end-user.
Assists in the research and analysis of existing systems and program requirements; assists in preparing documentation to change existing programs. Performs data analysis to support internal and external project needs.
Designs basic programs for projects or enhancements to existing programs.
Writes specifications for programs of low to moderate complexity.
Assists in resolving routine production support problems.
Assists in the completion of unit testing by preparing test data, running tests and evaluating results. Develops screen tests and debugging problems. Develops test plans to verify logic of new or modified programs.
Creates basic documentation in work assignments such as program code.
Conducts routine quality assurance activities such as peer reviews.
Remains abreast of and researches industry technical trends and new development to maintain current skills and remain current with industry standards.
Codes, tests, and debugs computer programs. Analyzes, designs and writes specifications for basic programs. Assists in identifying and resolving product problems with specific programs. Creates appropriate technical documentation. Performs data analysis. Identify and resolve NEAS software issues and inefficiencies in the Legacy and/or NMCI computer environment.
Design IT solutions from functional requirements.
Develop new software features and capabilities for NEAS as specified by approved Request for Information System (RIS) functional requirements documents or individual work requests provided by the Contracting
Officer's Representative (COR) or designated Technical Assistant (TA).
Test software components and application to ensure quality and conforms to developmental standards.
Ability to provide NEAS technical/customer support and advice to NEAS customers.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
Bachelor's degree in computer science, mathematics or related field preferred
Zero years of experience in programming or testing
Experience working in a student employment program or related experience
Experience working with appropriate programming languages, operating systems and software
Experience working with relational databases to facilitate programming software
Basic programming skills
Personal computer and business solutions software skills
Analytical and problem solving skills for design, creation and testing of programs
Interpersonal skills to interact with team members
Communication skills to work effectively with team members, support personnel, and clients
DoD IAT Level II Cert (GSEC or Security +ce or SSCP or CCNA-Security) must have been received in the past 3 years to be considered current and eligible to work on a government site.