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Midrand: C#.NETAnalyst Programmer


The primary role of this job entails: System support

This will also be a key position in providing: Development on new/existing systems

Function as business analysis to optimize current business processes


The Primary objective is to support and enhance current business processes and systems

Reporting Structure

This position reports to the assistant IS manager who will agree expectations and allocate resources.


System support

System development/programming (Current and new systems)

SQL database maintenance

Data warehousing Deal with 3rd parties

IT Infrastructure support and maintenance

EDI via Microsoft Biztalk



MCSD (preferred)

At least 5 years Snr programming skills – , C#, Telerik, Crystal reports, Microsoft SQL

At least 5 years business analysis experience

Data warehousing skills


Solid programming skills in, C#, SQL, Telerik, Crystal reports

Solid business knowledge

Experience (years and depth)

At least 5 years snr programming skills – , C#, Telerik, Crystal reports

At least 5 years business analysis experience


Project management experience

Microsoft Biztalk

Data warehousing

Have good, open communication skills

Own Transport

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Look At The Big Picture When Planning Your IT Career

The IT industry consist of IT Companies and Non-IT Companies. Companies who’s main product line is IT Services / products, and Companies who’s main product line is not IT, but they buy and use IT products / services from IT Companies.

We have placed these two types of companies on our websites in different categories to sub-categorise the skills in each. In IT Companies we find the position of a ‘Consultant’ a lot. For example a SAP Consultant in an IT Company will work next to a similarly educated person in a non-IT Company but the nature of a consultant’s job is so much more different than that of the ‘Business Analyst’, that we do have to distinguish between the two.

A Consultant spends his time at client sites, performing an advisory role, whereas an in-house Business Analyst’s main priority is the business of his own company. It is often said that a consultant must be prepared to ‘live out of his car’s boot’.

The skills are mapped out on our home page on .

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Sandton: Business Analyst

We are recruiting a team of Java/PHP Developers who will be developing an E-Learning solution for a prominent educational institution.

At least 3 to 5 years solid business analysis experience is required. He will be sitting between the users of the E-Learning system and the software developers.

His purpose will be to translate user requirements into software development specifications for the developers.

He will also be making sure that the testing of the software is tested properly before delivery to the developers.

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