Senior WebFOCUS Developer

Kforce has a client in search of a Senior Webfocus Developer in Randallstown, Maryland (MD).
4 years of experience with JavaScript, ReportCaster, HTML and Cascading style sheet (CSS)
3 years of experience working with InfoAssist and developing Ad hoc reports
2 years of experience in Webfocus 7 to Webfocus 8.xx migration efforts
Demonstrated design and development skills using WebFOCUS 7 and WebFOCUS 8.xx
Demonstrated development ability using Oracle EPM
Experience working with WebFOCUS 8.xx, Masterfile/meta data development, managed reporting, BI Dashboard
Experience with version control software such as MKS
Knowledge of both client/server and mainframe-based systems
Experience eliciting requirements that lead to identification of business rules
Ability to communicate verbally and in writing at a professional level
Ability to explain complex technical and management information with conciseness, clarity, and accuracy
Knowledge of, and experience with mainframe FOCUS
Knowledge of, and experience with Job Control Language (JCL)
Background in coding and testing Section 508 standards
Ability to use Microsoft office suite for creating documents, spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations
Extensive technical experience with requirements analysis efforts for large-scale successful IT system implementations
Exposure and understanding of Agile methodology
Requirements analysis experience with identifying services and defining processing requirements in a SOA environment
Business Process Modeling experience to visualize, document, model and analyze business processes
Experience in identifying and conveying opportunity capture
Well versed in SDLC, as well as RUP, Agile, Waterfall methodologies
Kforce is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. Compensation Type: Hours

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