St. Louis, MO
Are you looking for a new and challenging opportunity? Do you have experience with IT / software development? Technology Partners can help you make your next big career move a reality.
Technology Partners is currently seeking a talented person for an Android Developer position.
You will work with IT and Business management to evaluate complex user requests, projects, and clarify objectives and functional requirements for new or modified computer programs. You will determine feasibility, cost and time required, compatibility with current system, and system capabilities. You will formulate detailed program specifications using structured analysis and design methodology. You will prepare project documentation when needed. You will work with functional architects to define and implement application architecture. You will also code new or modified computer programs into existing systems and test program effectiveness. You will evaluate error messages, modify codes and troubleshoot programming problems. You will develop detailed application designs and specifications for computer applications. You will perform analysis of systems issues or changes. You will write documentation describing program development, logic, coding, and corrections. You will also participate in the development of user manuals and operating procedures. You will provide assistance to IT team members with issues needing technical expertise or systems and/or programming knowledge.
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