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[archive] Job Opening: Cobol Programmer/Analyst

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Vitalworks Inc.
Office: Daytona Beach, Florida
Apply at: http://www.vitalworks.com/employment.html

Description: Conduct full range of programming tasks, including program design, coding, testing, debugging and documentation for standard application programs.

Perform analysis and design for custom programs and maintenance of existing programs.

Utilizing company standards, write technical specs, program and test interfaces.

Overtime and pager coverage as needed.
Requirements: Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or a related field or equivalent experience.

Three (3) years programming/analysis in business applications.

Anesthesiology and/or pain management accounts receivable practice management experience.

PC-based Cobol, Windows NT, Terminal Services experience.

Experience in business applications programming and analysis.

Experience in data requirements necessary for data manipulation to produce desired output and to troubleshoot wide variety of database problems.

Ability to effectively interface and communicate with customers.

Travel and overtime as needed.

Desired Skills: Knowledge and understanding of medical billing requirements.

Apply at: http://www.vitalworks.com/employment.html
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