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Requisition Number 19-0045
Post Date 8/20/2019
Posting Title COBOL Developer
City Jacksonville
State FL
Description Astadia COBOL Developers are involved in the process, life cycle and creation of the software focused on the modernization of legacy systems. Developers work closely with computer analysts and engineers in using COBOL to develop the necessary specifications for software. Developers will unit test, debug and improve modernized client-critical applications. Developers report to the tech lead during project assignment, and to the Practice VP for all other matters.

Experience with XGen
• Interface with internal team members and clients to transform and modernize mainframe COBOL applications
• Document requirements, use cases, system design and code
• Deliver within the scope of the project while protecting project profit margins
• Work closely with team members and clients to achieve desired results
• Thrive in an environment of collaboration and change
• Work within established coding standards and best practices

Experience with Xgen
• 5+ years of Mainframe COBOL development experience 
• Deep experience and strong skillset in IBM mainframe COBOL Development, CICS, IMS, JCL, VSAM, DB2, IMSDB
• Preferred experience in Assembler, Fortran, Naural/Adabas a plus
• Experience in Unisys mainframe a plus
• Experience in using modern development editors (Visual Studio and/or Eclipse)
• Experience in legacy modernization project is preferred
• Experience with Micro Focus COBOL products is preferred (Enterprise Developer, Enterprise Server)
• Undergraduate degree or 4+ years of comparable work experience; educational concentration in Information Technology or similar field is preferred
Requirements See job description
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