Senior Applications Systems Analyst/Programmer

Company Name:
RCJ Consulting,LLC
Senior Applications Systems Analyst/Programmer - Laurel, MD

This position requires the Senior Application System Analyst/Programmer is to perform maintenance of the CA Associates' CAS IDMS procure-to-pay application including Purchasing, Inventory and Accounts Payable modules.

MAPS, also known as CA CAS, also known as Cullinet Manufacturing System is the legacy procure-to-pay
application used by our client since approximately 1992. This is a mainframe batch/online application running on IBM utilizing IDMS as its primary database along with IDMS application development system tools known as ADS. The application was originally developed by Cullinet now owned by Computer Associates. The three main modules within the application are Procurement, Inventory and Accounts Payable - with approximately 700 users throughout the client site.

Required Skills:
Proficiency in Programming in COBOL/COBOL-DC/ADSO/ADSA on IBM mainframe
Full knowledge of IDMS utilities such as IDD batch and IDMSCALC
Full knowledge of IBM utilities and JCL/PROCS
Expert knowledge of the MAPS application both functionally and technically and ability to address complex application issues
Expert knowledg of CA Associates CAS application (formerly knownas Cullinet CAS)
Minimum of 10 years experience as a programmer/analyst with applications running on IBM mainframe using COBOL, IBM JCL & utilities
Minimum of 5 years experience in development and maintenance of IDMS applications both batch and online using IDMS ADS, IDMS COBOL and IDMS utilities
Minimum of 5 years of experience in maintenance of CA Associates' CAS IDMS application (formerly known as Cullinet CAS). Intimate knowledge of CAS IDMS modules including Purchasing, Inventory and Accounts Payables is a must. Experience with the older versions dating back to the 1990s is a plus.

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