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The following statements are intended to describe, in broad terms, the general functions and responsibility levels characteristic of positions assigned to this classification. They should not be viewed as an exhaustive list of the specific duties and prerequisites applicable to individual positions that have been so classified.
Under limited supervision, provides specialized, professional level support in areas of advanced complexity such as system analysis and design techniques to produce innovative solutions addressing complex business objectives. Gathers information, defines work requirements and plans and implements projects. Writes, tests, and troubleshoots code of advanced complexity. Serves as the primary technical resource for implementing and maintaining applications. Provides technical leadership on implementation and operational support activities. May supervise or provide functional direction to assigned staff and/or student employees. As a Programmer Analyst 2, you will: Apply content expertise and intermediate system analysis and design techniques to produce innovative solutions addressing complex business objectives. Write, test, and troubleshoot intermediate code for review by senior level technical staff. Develop proposals which consist of objectives, scope, and user expectations. Prepare specifications for development of applications upon approval of project synopsis. Develops, implements and maintains applications or systems of moderate complexity. For the Programmer Analyst 3, you will: Applies content expertise and advanced system analysis and design techniques to produce innovative solutions addressing complex business objectives. Write, test, and troubleshoot advance code and review code written by lower level staff. Review and refine specifications, and develop, review, and approve project plans for application development. Serve as expert and/or lead in the development, implementation and maintenance of complex applications or systems.
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Revised Date: 04/05/2017