I have several IT openings in Iowa and Minnesota for IT professionals with
AS/400 and Mapics/Infor XA experience. Some involve RPG coding, but most
don?t. The pay ranges from $70-98000 and many have bonuses. These are
permanent positions with benefits.
I have a hands-on programming manager position with a company that uses
Mapics XA. You would oversee 3 or 4 programmers and also do a little
programming work yourself. This is a programming management position. You
would be involved with the budgeting process, setting strategic direction
(both for short term and to take them successfully into the future),
determining the feasibility of projects, setting timelines and critical
paths, overseeing a group of developers, and setting priority for all
development work. It is a hands-on position and you will also be involved
with programming activities 50-80% of the time. Mainly you will be meeting
with users to determine needs/problems, determining solutions, writing specs
and requirements, handing the work off to the developers and overseeing the
remainder of the development progress. However, you will also be heavily
involved with RPG coding.
I have an opening for a Project Manager with a manufacturing company. You
will lead a wide variety of IT projects of all types and sizes. There are a
total of 10 or so people in the IT department. You will work with all steps
of the Systems Development and Project Life Cycles including heavy user
contact and analysis. This is an AS/400 shop and they are running Infor XA.
This is my best client and they are an excellent employer to work for. It is
privately owned and they take care of their employees. They have multiple
facilities located throughout the US, but travel would be very minimal if at
all. This is the kind of place where you can really make a difference.
I also have a Project Manager opening and a Systems Analyst opening in a
manufacturing company with a very large IT department. These openings are on
their AS/400 Mapics XA team. The Project Manager opening is purely a
management position overseeing project teams of various sizes. You will
partner directly with internal customers primarily in the Sales, Marketing
and Service departments. Main responsibilities of this position are
balancing project priorities within a portfolio of initiatives and leading
project implementations of solutions to business problems. This will be
accomplished through the management of project priorities, project plans,
resource assignments and user coordination. The Systems Analyst position
involves working with users and being a bridge between the Project Managers
and Programming staff to deliver solutions to business needs. You will be
responsible for requirements gathering and analysis, system design,
validation and implementation of software development projects. If a large
shop appeals to you and you are looking for plenty of room for upward
mobility, this is a good place to be.
The other opening I have is for an ERP Systems Administrator. The client is
look for a person to administrate a Mapics XA 7.7 System. Additionally,
some programming on an i5 series might be a need as well as experience using
Enterprise Integrator, Queries, etc. Experience integrating XA systems with
Windows based systems is a plus. Overall, they are looking for an XA/Mapics
ERP / Systems expert that would allow them to not only correctly setup and
run their system, but also implement new processes and modules and
change/manipulate their system to mimic processes used throughout the plant.
I have attached a copy of the job description for you to review.
Let me know if you are interested in any of these opportunities and I will
get you more details on the companies and locations. Please include a resume
with your reply.
IT Recruiting Manager
Resource Placement Group III
Waterloo, IA 50704
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