26 Sep 2013

Full-Time Multivalue Programmer Consultant

PICK Programmers Shop – Posted by bmcmahonAnywhere

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Job Description

Are you a driven Multivalue Professional with a passion for providing quality programming solutions?

Do you thrive on working multiple projects, tasks, clients… at once?

Our current growth in Multivalue Services offerings to a wide variety of industries using MV databases has us looking for the RIGHT person.

PICK Programmer’s Shop is looking for a KEY team member that is dedicated, motivated, and capable of efficiently producing quality solutions in the MV marketplace.  This position will directly impact the organization with daily interaction with clients across the United States.

Job Description

Provide Multivalue programming services and support.  Object oriented skills are highly valued; specifically experience with Intersystems Cache.  Travel requirements are minimal.

  • Produce a quality product with effective results first time, every time.
  • Utilize software development life-cycle (analysis, programming, testing…)
  • Provide professional, onsite, email, remote and telephone interaction with clients to resolve MV related issues.
  • Employ a technical, solution oriented thought process to all requests.
  • Prioritize client requests.
  • Resolve problems in a timely manner
  • Utilize Multivalue tools (mv.net, DesignBais) as well as a variety of Multivalue databases (Universe, UniData, D3, mvBase, Cache).

Required Skills

  • High level of understanding of Multivalue basic (syntactically as well as solution oriented).
  • Crisis resolution and prioritization of assignments.
  • Technical, solution oriented, critical thinking.
  • Ability to work requests from start (requirements) through coding, testing and implementation.
  • Multivalue platforms: D3, mvBase, Universe, Cache.
  • Multivalue tools: DesignBais, Accuterm, Informer, Cache Zen.
  • Object oriented programming.  .Net experience with multivalue databases.
  • HTML and web based development.
  • Professional interaction and communication with clients.
  • Diligent time tracking and note keeping is a must.

Desired Skills

  • Bachelors Degree
  • 5 + years experience programming and testing
  • Object oriented skills

How to Apply

Submit resume with salary requirements to resume@pickprogram.com

Job Categories: Analyst/Programmer. Job Types: Full-Time.

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One Response to “Multivalue Programmer Consultant”

  1. Comment made by ROBERT NORMAN & ASSOCIATES on Oct 12th 2013 at 12:49 am:

    I believe my strong background in computer programming and systems
    analysis on PICK systems may be of great value to you.

    My experience includes over 26 years of computer programming and systems
    analysis in all variations of PICK and MULTIVALUE BASIC, which includes
    UNIVERSE’S UNIVERSE BASIC. The enclosed resume will give you fuller
    details of my CUBS experience and the rest of my background. Salary history
    and letters of reference can be provided upon request.

    Here is a partial listing of the operating systems, database management
    systems, and operating environments that we have been programming in:

    * CACHE (language: MV BASIC)
    * INFORMATION (language: INFO/BASIC)
    * jBASE (language: jBC, jBASE BASIC, jBASIC)
    * MENTOR System (language: DATA/BASIC, DATABASIC, DATA BASIC)
    * MVENTERPRISE (language: MVENTERPRISE BASIC)
    * MVON/ONWARE (language: ONWARE BASIC)
    * OPENINSIGHT (language: BASIC+)
    * OPENQM, QM (language: QMBASIC)
    * PICK, Advanced PICK, D3 (language: PICK BASIC)
    * Power95 (language: DATA/BASIC, DATABASIC, DATA BASIC)
    * REALITY System (language: DATA/BASIC, DATABASIC, DATA BASIC)
    * REVELATION, Advanced REVELATION (language: R/BASIC, REVELATION BASIC)
    * UNIDATA (language: UNIBASIC)
    * UNIVERSE (language: UNIVERSE BASIC)
    * UNIVISION (language: UVBASIC)
    * WebSphere DataStage (language: DSBASIC, DataStage BASIC)

    All together they are known as MULTIVALUE systems (MV for short) or PICK
    systems (older, more established term). The reason is because of a
    feature that they all have in the data structures.

    May I look forward to speaking with you about the position you have
    available?

    Robert Norman
    (951) 541-1668

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