|Date Posted||December 5, 2021|
CGI Federal is looking to hire Software Developers to support one of our clients in Dayton, OH. The ideal candidate would not only be technically competent, but have a desire to join a winning team that provides exceptional customer support
Your future duties and responsibilities
• Develop software using the COBOL programming language.
• Develop software for Air Force suite of financial systems including General Accounting and Finance System (GAFS).
• Develop, design, and test artifacts to resolve bugs and provided technical solutions for software change requests.
• Perform coding, unit test, and continuous integration of software components.
• Participate in System Requirements Reviews, Joint Application Design sessions, Peer Reviews, Critical Design Reviews, and Test Readiness Reviews.
• Support maintenance of system documentation and software code baselines
Required qualifications to be successful in this role
• Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent or equivalent
• 7 years experience in software development
• Strong experience in COBOL programming language
• Possess CompTIA CASP certification, or be able to obtain it within a three months of start date
• Must be a U.S. Citizen and be able to obtain/maintain a Secret clearance
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