(18-24 month contract)
Burlington Hydro Inc. is currently seeking an Intermediate Programmer/Analyst to join our IT team with the implementation of our new Customer Information System (CIS). Reporting to the Senior Project Manager, you are customer service oriented and possess good communication skills to foster cooperation and collaboration with internal IT staff, end users and external vendors. You understand the need for accountability to IT Management and the end user for on-time, on-budget project completion and quality of work.
As an Intermediate Programmer/Analyst you will work closely with the IT CIS implementation team for the collection, definition and documentation of application requirement changes. The role will see you providing application and technical support for various implementation assignments with a focus on report writing, forms/documents tailoring, programming assignments, assisting with the update of project implementation schedules and completing appropriate application documentation. You will provide application related support and training to end user departments on a daily basis. You will assist IT operations support staff as needed for application related support issues.
As an Intermediate Programmer/Analyst, you will:
The ideal candidate will have the following:
More about Burlington Hydro
Burlington Hydro and its employees are committed to delivering safe, efficient and reliable electricity to the municipality of Burlington, serving approximately 66,700 residential and commercial customers. Burlington Hydro’s strategic focus is on achieving excellence and continuous improvement across all aspects of its business including: employee and community safety; operational efficiency and reliability; responsive customer service; and, conservation programs. The company is committed to maintaining a strong asset base through responsible financial management, system renewal and innovation to assure the availability of electricity supply to meet customer needs and growth.
Burlington Hydro maintains 32 substations and almost 1,600 kilometers of medium voltage distribution lines to deliver electricity. The company is wholly owned by the City of Burlington.
All applicants are thanked for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.