Programmer/Analyst | Inyo County (ELE:UNR)

PROGRAMMER/ANALYST | INYO COUNTY (ELE:UNR)

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The Programmer/Analyst plans, designs, customizes, and maintains designated applications software from the pre-programmed to specialized to multi-functional levels of complexity; analyzes designated user/business needs and processes within the County organization, assesses potential or existing problem situations and designs technical solutions; implements, debugs, tests, migrates, and documents new and/or modified applications and systems; provides and coordinates the most advanced technical and specialized software support to users; and functions as a positive and cooperative team member.  Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Acts as liaison and primary resource between in-house users, commercial software/hardware vendors and consultants
  • Provides technical expertise and over-all perspective
  • Ensures adherence to design specifications and Information Services defined and professional standards and methodologies
  • Completes daily operations tasks as assigned
  • Provides hands-on support for designated user requests
  • Conducts the work necessary to complete/implement assigned projects
  • Confers with  and conducts meetings with a variety of user groups to gather all necessary information and documentation
  • Facilitates the information flow and implementation activities across departmental and/or organizational lines as necessary
  • Defines and documents requirements for data, operational processes, logical processes, operating software and hardware, system integration, internal and external checks and controls and user expectations within the context of budgetary, technology and resource constraints
  • Meets with user groups on a periodic and regular basis to discover new/changed system expectations
  • Conducts feasibility studies including needs and cost/benefit analyses to evaluate the impact of desired and required changes
  • Researches and analyzes available technology as appropriate and documents and reports findings and recommendations
  • Analyzes environmental and system security based on current and anticipated operational needs and legal requirements; implements changes as directed
  • Writes and maintains technical specifications and procedures for assigned systems/projects and in support of technical staff and user groups
  • Develops and execute project plans for given assignments.

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HOW TO APPLY:

If interested, complete the Inyo County Application Form and mail to:

Inyo County Personnel Department
P.O. Box 249
Independence, CA  93526

A cover letter and/or resume will be accepted in addition to the application form but will not serve as a substitute for a completed application.