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EDI Application Support 3

Company Name:
The Judge Group
Job ID: 426235
Job Title: EDI Application Support 3
Job Type: Contract
Company: JUDGE GROUP
Location: Riverside, RI
Contact E-mail:
Salary: Open
Description: Our client is currently seeking a EDI Application Support 3.
This job will have the following responsibilities:
Analytical
Strong analytical skills and detail-oriented.
Expertise and experience defining scope of projects based on gathered business and technical requirements, including documenting business requirements, assumptions, business impacts and implementation risks.Technical
Extensive data mapping development and configuration experience and data analysis.
Extensive experience working with various payment file formats such as Flat File, CSV
Extensive technical experience of mainframe applications including; CICS, TSO/ISPF,
Excellent troubleshooting and problem resolution skills
Testing Methodology
Extensive experience with testing methodologies; UNIT, System Integrated Test, User Acceptance Test, Regression Test and Customer Test.
Extensive experience developing Test Plan, Test Script and Test Cases.
Qualifications & Requirements:
EDI -data mapping experience using Sterling Integrator or GIS translator
Experience with VAN (Value Added Network) mailbox setups, trading partner setups and testing.
Experience in implementing EDI transactions sets such as; 820, 824, 997.
Extensive experience / in-depth knowledge of mapping Flat File to EDI and EDI to Flat File.
5-10 years working experience with ANSI X12 in the industry, preferably in financial industry.
Experience working with third party application support and application vendors.
Excellent written and oral communications skills.
Excellent listening and interpersonal skills.
Excellent organization skills and ability to multi-task and support multiple projects concurrently.
Experience working in a team-oriented and collaborative environment.
Extensive experience with MS products including but not limited to WORD, EXCEL,Ultra Edit Text Editor

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