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Date:         Tue, 21 Jul 1998 17:36:24 -0400
Reply-To:     aimee.simms@TRS-STAFF.COM
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From:         Aimee Simms <aimee.simms@TRS-STAFF.COM>
Subject:      Dallas Employment Opportunity
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Programmer/Analyst positions available in Far North Dallas, close to Plano, TX. Company provides collection services for the telecommunications industry.

Job Purpose: Increase company value by analyzing and programming business applications that support crucial operations.

Essential Job Results:

* Meet and exceed the SW applications needs of the company by analyzing and programming the operation functions necessary to run the business. *Quality of SW application programming is ensured by confirming the results expected, performing the task, thorough testing, and verifying results with the end users *Efficient completion of programming tasks are accomplished by following the direction of the programming manager and asking questions when not sure of the approach to take *Self-development is ongoing of programming and analysis skills by using latest programming techniques, studying technical documentation and trade journals.

Skills: *Programming and analysis experience on the IBM AS/400 *Able to analyze, design, and document software applications *Capable of debugging existing programs *PC literate

Personal Traits: *Creative *Thinks ahead *Problem solver *High interest in technical subjects *Customer service oriented

If interested, please fax or email resume with salary requirements via in a .txt format to:

Aimee Simms aimee.simms@trs-staff.com 972-770-5787


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