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Entry level Programmer Analyst

Phoenix, Arizona, United States
January 11, 2019


We are hiring Entry Level - Programmer Analyst in Phoenix, AZ.

Most recently, Forbes Magazine ranked Syntel as 90th among Top 200 Small Companies that contribute to American Business.

Title: Programmer Analyst (Entry Level)

Location: Phoenix, AZ

Duration: Full Time (Permanent)

Minimum Qualifications include:

• Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Computer Science or related field.

• 3.0 or higher Cumulative GPA

• Excellent verbal communication and written, with active listening and summarization skills.

• Knowledge and experience in gathering data for requirements and use case development.

• Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.

• Must have the ability to relocate anywhere in the United States based on project requirements.

• Must be Eligible to Work in the United States without Visa Sponsorship.

Preferred Qualifications include:

• Programming experience from internships or university projects in any language (Java, .NET, C#, C++, Python, Big Data, Oracle, etc.).

About us: The Syntel Inc. is a publicly held (NASDAQ:SYNT) global software solution company with wholly owned subsidiaries in US, UK, India, Canada, Germany, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, France, Ireland & Mauritius. Syntel Inc.’s gross revenues for year ending 2016 are about $966.6 million.

Syntel is an Information Consulting Technology company. Syntel, undertakes data processing needs for American businesses and adapt existing computer technology to fit each client’s unique requirements. It does so by providing businesses with unresolved data processing needs with exceptionally qualified Project Manager on a temporary contract basis to work on one particular project. We perform computer-consulting services for various companies throughout the USA. The beneficiary is Syntel’s employee and will remain as the same at all times.

All selected candidates will go through training related to the respective technologies post which they will be absorbed into active project.