Forms Developer

Company Name:
Tyler Technologies
Position Objective
Tyler Technologies is a software company in Yarmouth, Maine with an immediate need for a Forms Developer to join our software conversion staff. This position works with new and upgrading software clients to design financial forms to integrate their data with Tyler's financial, HR, payroll, and/or billing software. This position manages 20-40 design projects simultaneously.
Design forms such as invoices, paystubs, and utility bills for new and migrating software clients
Make day-to-day decisions on form design for clients to ensure a successful implementation.
Provide support to Tyler employees with forms questions during the software implementation process.
Work with new and existing customers to create test, and proof software designs, as well as support existing customers with design modification requests.
Load and configure form-related software and install forms at client sites.
Complete, test, and deliver custom programming when required.
Participate in and support design team projects; generate and develop ideas for the forms design team process improvement.
Facilitate the billing process by managing projects and submitting completed work according to the timeline provided.
Bachelor's degree in business, computer science, or related field, or equivalent work experience.
Working knowledge of operating systems such as Microsoft Windows; basic knowledge of Unix is helpful.
Proficiency in programming languages such as .NET, C#, and other scripting languages.
Experience with XML data files and XSL Stylesheets extremely desirable.
Previous software troubleshooting experience helpful.
Previous knowledge of forms-related design software helpful, such as Adobe Central Output Server or Output Designer a plus.
Ability to prioritize and complete multiple projects in a fast-paced, technical environment
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
Posted Date
April 7, 2013
Location: Yarmouth, Maine
Posted Date: April 7, 2013
To Apply: Requisition Number: 45-14-076

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