Teltech Communications, LLC

Developer / Programmer Analyst III

Job Locations US-TX-Austin
Information Technology
Full Time
USD $123,948.00/Yr.
USD $115,000.00/Yr.


Texas Commission on Environmental Quality requires the services of 1 Developer/Programmer Analyst 3, hereafter referred to as Candidate(s), who meets the general qualifications of Developer/Programmer Analyst 3, Applications/Software Development and the specifications outlined in this document for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.


1. Assist in presenting the prototype to various end user audiences to demonstrate screen content, dialog, and usability and to identify and incorporate user-requested changes as directed by the technical leader.
2. Develop and support the Texas Watermaster Accounting System (TxWAS). Produce when needed prototypes for Internal users.
3. Produce module specifications, unit test requirements, and system and integration test requirements.
4. Implementing applications in complex environments including access by disabled persons and those using screen readers such as JAWS and the IBM Home Page Reader.
5. Developing detailed flowcharts and models, implementing specifications, and performing modifications from design reviews, prototype evaluations and assessment testing.
6. Producing running program modules, which meet TCEQ, DIR and World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) specifications and standards.
7. Outlining, formatting, and producing detailed program and user documentation.
8. Performing acceptance testing and incorporating necessary changes prior to formal production release implementation.
9. Design a Technical Migration plan for Java Applications from WebSphere to JBOSS.
10. Communicating and working with people of all technical levels in a team environment.
11. Other reasonable Developer services as necessary for the Implementation and deployment of selected TCEQ project.



experience in computer programming and/or systems analysis

J2EE development experience, Cold Fusion, Eclipse, Ultra Edit, Dreamweaver


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