LG&E and KU Energy Programmer/Analyst in Louisville, Kentucky
Interacts with internal clients to determine functional requirements or operating concerns at a conceptual level. Coordinates with more experienced personnel to fully outline needed steps to achieve desired results.
Assists in the development of user instructions, training procedures and other support requirements. Assists in the preparation and maintenance of system documentation.
Assists in preparing detailed specifications from which programs will be written. Designs, codes, tests, debugs document and maintains simple programs.
Works on select phases of applications systems analysis and programming. Requires instruction and assistance on more complex tasks.
Enhance and support various Customer Service applications including: SAP Customer Information System, My Account customer website.
Participates in the evaluation of hardware and software technologies.
Effectively communicates with clients, peers and departmental management in business matters inclusive of those with technical content. Blends technical and non-technical perspectives in verbal and written communications, focusing on the underlying business benefit and/or impact of proposed action.
Follows IT Service Management processes and may serve in the capacity of Change Advisory Board member.
Provides input for quality assurance review of projects assigned.
Participates in a variety of departmental and corporate activities designed to enhance the incumbent’s knowledge of automation, communication, computing concepts, new technologies and the business.
Participate in opportunities to work with various technologies and business areas.
All other duties and projects as assigned.
Primarily sitting with some standing and walking.
Experience with SQL, object oriented programming, relational databases, performance optimization and web services.
A successful academic or work background indicating a demonstrated ability to absorb information, apply conceptual skills in practical applications, and achieve desired results in a highly technical, operating environment. Ability to effectively deal with the rapid technological and business change while maintaining enthusiasm and displaying sound judgment and common sense.
Normal office environment with some visits to field locations.
Required Education & Experience:
Bachelor's degree in computer science, engineering, or related discipline. Zero years of work experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience on a year-for-year basis, is required.
220 W Main Street
Under immediate supervision, assists in the support and delivery of information technology, providing quality, cost-effective and timely solutions. Assists with application development, support, testing and functional analysis.
Job level and salary to be determined based upon candidate's experience and qualifications.
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