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Senior Developer Contract

Senior Developer Contract Role

Larson-Juhl

Norcross, GA

A rich tradition of caring for our customers and our team members

Our Company

Larson-Juhl US LLC, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway; designs, manufactures, and distributes framing products in the United States and Canada. As the world's leading manufacturer and distributor of custom framing products we are a company committed to our Values:

  • Customer always comes first.
  • Fair and honest in all dealings.
  • Respect for the individual.
  • Excellence in products and service.
  • Rewards tie to performance.
  • Leadership by example.

This is a Sr. Developer contract position.  The job is located near Norcross, GA.

Responsibilities:

Deliver applications programming and analysis tasks using JD Edwards 7.3 to optimize business initiatives.

Decision Making:

Makes decisions and recommendations on highly technical or complex issues and without formal guidelines or precedents and exercises resourcefulness and ingenuity to interpret policy.

Duties:

  • Manage very complex or multiple facets of a technical solution and has the ability to dive in and do the work.
  • Works with a technical team as well as business experts.
  • Senior level systems and programming on AS/400 using RPG-ILE/Free and advanced programming techniques, including sub-files, store procedures, triggers, socket listeners, and data queues
  • Development and support of distribution and financial applications that utilize JD Edwards World ERP software
  • Develop and document JDE based on a defined set of design and performance requirements.
  • Proactively provide ideas to improve proposed solutions.
  • Actively participate in application design, database design, schema layout and data loading.
  • Work with offshore vendors and team.
  • Actively participate in code walkthroughs/inspections as per the software development process and Quality Management Plan.
  • Prepare sample data and unit test plans.
  • Troubleshoot and correct complex bugs or issues (including performance issues).
  • Develop and execute unit and integration tests as per the project plan

Technical Skills:

  • Experienced developer with a solid understanding of JD Edwards 7.3
  • Systems analysis and hands-on excellent advanced programming skills
  • Major projects, like Release upgrades, conversions, new systems installations experience

Job Type: Contract

Experience:

  • Technical Skills listed: 5+ years (Required)

Education:

  • Bachelor's (Required)

Work authorization:

  • United States (Required)

Join Us - Apply online and become part of our great team!

Larson-Juhl is proud to be an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in our employment practices on any basis protected by federal, state or local law including race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation. 

Have questions?  Contact our recruiting team directly @ 1.866.748.8722

No agencies please.

 

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