DB2 Systems Programmer

Company Name:
Elevate Technology Solutions
Elevate Technology Solutions is currently accepting applications for a DB2 Systems Programmer to support our operations in Arlington, VA.

This excellent opportunity requires that the ideal candidate to be customer focused, and willing to join a winning team.

The DB2 Systems Programmer will be responsible for the following:
Install, troubleshoot, upgrade and maintain:
DB2 system.
Demonstrate competency with DB2 installation, configuration and troubleshooting.
24x7 availability for troubleshooting and problem resolution

The DB2 Systems Programmer must have the following skills:
In-depth knowledge of DB2 (7-10 years as a DB2 Systems Programmer)
In-depth knowledge of z/OS tools and facilities
In depth knowledge / familiarity with supporting products, e.g. BMC MainView etc.
Secondary Skills:
z/OS Systems Programming Experience
In-depth knowledge of SMP/E

The DB2 Systems Programmer must meet the following qualifications:
Ability to obtain/ maintain a public trust security clearance.
Bachelor's degree or 7-10 years' experience as a DB2 Systems Programmer

If you are interested and believe your skills would be an excellent match for this DB2 Systems Programmer opportunity, please apply to this job or submit your resume.

Elevate Technology Solutions is a staffing and consulting services company. Our mission is to deliver innovative consultants and solutions that help our customers achieve what they want most: high quality, cost-effective results. We are able to deliver highly skilled resources in many disciplines such as Cloud Computing, Virtualization, Mobility, Information Security and Business Intelligence. We concentrate in three practices that pose the greatest challenges for our clients today; Information Technology, Enterprise Applications, and Creative and Marketing.

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