A program analyst is responsible for the development of new and improved computer programs. Typical duties for this position include creating language codes for programs, testing functionality and reviewing errors to troubleshoot issues. Additional tasks may include providing support and training to relevant personnel to use the computer programs designed effectively. Depending on the internal organizational structure of the company, program analysts may progress into a managerial or executive position.
Program analysts typically hold a minimum of a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field. Most companies require prior experience working as a program analyst and an existing portfolio of successful programs created is highly desired. Valuable skills of this position include a high proficiency in technology and coding, strong attention to detail and excellent communication skills. As this job requires long hours in front of a computer every day, program analysts must be physically able to sit for long periods at a time.
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