Do you graduate in December? Are you still looking for a job? Do you have an interest in programming, specifically Cobol? If you answered yes to these questions, Dollar Bank may be the right fit for you. Dollar Bank is currently hiring entry-level programmer analysts. This is a full-time position focused on “producing programs which contribute to the solution of business problems or needs of the Bank.”
Objectives of the position include:
•Codes Cobol programs and tests for accuracy.
•Prepares documentation for Systems and Programming
•Implements program changes.
•Tests programs for accuracy.
•Designs systems and performs associated tasks involved with the system’s design, including running tests and implementing new development and existing projects.
•Solves problems that tend to arise in the normal course of business, including off-hours calls.
•Communicates accurate task status to supervisor and peers.
•Graduate from an IT Technical school or college degree with concentration in Information Technology required. Will consider commensurate.
•Must have course work or knowledge of programming.
•Must possess excellent analytical skills as the candidate will be required to determine what changes are necessary to accomplish project requirements.
•Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
•Candidate must be able to work under pressure and have proven ability to meet deadlines.
•Cobol classes or knowledge of Cobol is a plus.
Interested applicants can apply online at https://www.dollar.bank/Company/Careers and by searching for the position by its title (Programmer Analyst) or job reference number (1412BR).
The RMU chapter of ACM is presenting a Python Programming Language Workshop on February 19 from 6-9pm in Wheatley 119. Cost is $5. All students are invited.
The ACM RMU Chapter is looking to form two to four teams to compete in the Mylan Hackathon, with each team being composed of five members. The event will be held in Pittsburgh on February 26-27, 2016. The group is looking for both CIS students and engineering students to compose their teams. The Hackathon will involve brainstorming and coming up with a technology solution to meet a technology-in-healthcare challenge.
To learn more, please visit http://mylanapps.com/hacksummit/default.aspx
If interested, please fill out the following form:
Also the direct link to register is :
Team name: RMU-ACM
Project: Microsoft Band 2
Last day to register is February 12
Please contact the ACM RMU Chapter President, Mohammed AlJaser at firstname.lastname@example.org
with any questions.
UPMC will be attending RMU’s Spring Career Fair on April 7, 2015. They are specifically interested in MUMPS programmers. MUMPS (Massachusetts General Hospital Utility Multi-Programming System), alternatively called M, is a general-purpose programming language for transaction processing that was originally designed for the healthcare industry and continues to be used in many large hospitals today.
At RMU, M programming is taught in the following courses:
- INFS2140 M Programming
- INFS3141 Advanced M & Cache
If you have experience in M or have taken the courses above, you should make a point to attend the Spring Career Fair in April!
Dollar Bank COBOL Position Open
Dollar bank is now looking for an employee for their COBOL Programmer/Analysts position. Requirements are:
- Graduate from an IT Technical school or college degree with concentration in Information Technology required. Will consider commensurate experience.
- Must have course work or knowledge of programming
- Must possess excellent analytical skills as the candidate will be required to determine what changes are necessary to accomplish project requirements
- Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Candidate must be able to work under pressure and have proven ability to meet deadlines
- COBOL classes or knowledge of COBOL is a plus
Scope of Work:
- Codes COBOL programs and tests for accuracy
- Prepares documentation for Systems and Programming
- Implements program changes
- Tests programs for accuracy
- Designs systems and performs associated tasks involved with the system’s design, including running tests and implementing new development and existing projects
- Solves problems that tend to arise in the normal course of business, including off-hours calls
- Communicates accurate task status to supervisor and peers
- Performs other duties as assigned
Human Resources Officer
Three Gateway Center, 1 West
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: 412-261-5979 Fax: 412-261-5854