ENG - Software SBU

Belcan   •  

Windsor, CT

Industry: Aerospace & Defense

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Not Specified years

Posted 47 days ago

This job is no longer available.

Details: An Access Database Programmer position is currently available at Belcan in Windsor, CT. This is a full time, direct job with full benefits. You will be developing, testing and maintaining Access databases & browser-based business applications for Pratt & Whitney engine data. The ideal candidate has a good understanding of the software development life-cycle. You must be interested in working closely with a small team of technical individuals to produce excellent quality products and implementations while focusing on code re-usability and flexibility.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Develop, test and maintain Access databases and browser-based business applications for Pratt & Whitney engine data
• Collect and document user requirements
• Assist in the development of Database tables, views, stored procedures and SQL
• Design, develop and test applications in accordance with established standards
• Maintain and debug software
• Analyze and resolve application or system problems
• Work with project managers and stakeholders
• Provide technical expertise to project teams, and other departments for the resolution of complex policy and/or operations issues
• Apply analytical, interpersonal skills and experience to operations and customer issues

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in IT/IS or Computer Science or similar (or 7+ years of experience with no degree)
• Software coding and database development using tools such as Visual Studio, VB.net, Structured Query Language (SQL), Microsoft Access VBA, Microsoft SQL Server Studio, Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools – Business Intelligence
• Knowledge of object-oriented programming, stored procedures, and scheduled tasks
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Desired but not required skills:
• Familiar with Pratt & Whitney engines
• Hadoop, Apache Pig, Apache Hive
• Development background using SCRUM methodology

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