Associate Programmer Analyst

Job Summary Broadridge is hiring an Associate Programmer Analyst in our El Dorado Hills, CA location. You will participate as an Associate Programmer Analyst to support patent pending technology within our Applications Development team. We provide software-based investment accounting solutions, data management and outsourced investment accounting services to more than 40 institutional investors and asset managers who together have more than $1.5 trillion in assets under management. If you're looking to join a growing and diverse team and contribute to a dynamic firm, we urge you to continue reading below. Responsibilities Developing, testing, debugging and implementing code for existing and/or new business applications and/or computer systems. You'll have experience with object oriented concepts and exposure to Java programming language Knowledge of AFP, (other PDLs like PDF, postscript and metacode would be a plus) Proven knowledge of web-based programming environments and frameworks a plus You'll be in charge of all procedural and code documentation on assigned projects You'll have proven knowledge or experience in software implementation lifecycle Self-starter, motivated, with strong preference to work in team environment   Qualifications 0-1 years of Internship or relevant experience BS in Computer Science, or equivalent education and experience. Angularjs AWS (amazon Web Services) or Azure, Java, Perl, UX/UI design experience Business analysis skills DevOps technologies Experience/education in Agile development Development experience with .Net and C# is a plus, but not required About Us Broadridge, a global fintech leader with over $9 billion in market capitalization, provides communications, technology, data and analytics solutions. We help drive business transformation for our clients with solutions for enriching client-engagement, navigating risk, optimizing efficiency and generating revenue growth. MAN2056
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Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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