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Mainframe Systems Programmer (remote)  

GoAhead Solutions - Auburn Hills, MI

Duration: 6 months+ **(Location: Auburn Hills, MI (Work can be done remote, however you would need to be onsite 1 to 2 times per year max 1 week, travel would be reimbursable) We’re seeking Mainframe Remote Work careers...

from: ziprecruiter.com - 2 days ago

Mainframe Network/Communications Engineer  

ADP - Automatic Data Processing - Norfolk, Virginia

security features and functions for all IBM and ISV software running in the mainframe environments. - Provide support for any hardware changes that occur in the Data Centers and the remote regional Mainframe Remote careers...

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from: resume-library.com (+3 sources) - 6 days ago

Mainframe Systems Programmer III  

Navy Federal Credit Union - Winchester, Virginia (+1 location)

, REXX, or COBOL Experience with mainframe automation tools such as: AutoOperator, OPS/MVS, or AF/Remote Experience with various TCP/IP Mainframe networking configurations Hands-on experience with I/O online cobol programming jobs...

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from: resume-library.com (+1 source) - 8 days ago

Mainframe Operations Technician (2nd Shift)  

JPMorgan Chase and Co - Columbus, OH

:00 pm shift** The Mainframe Operations Technician provides 24- hour daily support working within a complex Mainframe platform environment, and as a member of highly technical production support team mainframe programmer work from home...

from: lensa.com (+2 sources) - 17 days ago

ACH Mainframe Developer  

First Tennessee Bank - Memphis, Tennessee

Requisition Number 18-0720 Post Date 4/3/2018 Title ACH Mainframe Developer Part Time? No City Memphis State TN Description As a member of the Core Payments Systems Team, this Senior ACH Developer freelance cobol programming jobs...

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from: resume-library.com - 16 days ago

Mid-Level Mainframe Developer  

CGI - Evansville, IN

Manager level) Recommend solution approaches based on sound judgment in evaluating different/ alternative approaches Work in an fast-paced environment, with a small to mid-size remote CGI/client team telecommute mainframe...

from: lensa.com - 22 days ago

Technology Applications Consultant (virtual work from home remote)  

Humana - Louisville, KY

Administrator Working knowledge of Salesforce.com Service Cloud, .Net and mainframe development Humana Inc., headquartered in Louisville, Ky., is a leading health care company that offers a wide range cobol remote...

from: lensa.com - 9 days ago

Scrum Master Delivery Manager Mainframe- Remote  

Stefanini, Inc. - Phoenix, AZ 85003

Scrum Master Delivery Manager ndash Mainframe Created in 1987, Stefanini is a 1B global IT provider of business solutions with locations in 39 countries across the Americas, Europe, Australia mainframe remote support...

from: Dice.com (+1 source) - 11 days ago

NGS Business Analyst I/II, Job Family - Remote Position (PS4247)  

Anthem - Indianapolis, IN (+9 locations)

and verification Preferred duties also include: Knowledge of mainframe environment in large remote data centers Qualifications Business Analyst I Requires a HS diploma or GED, 5 years of related health care remote mainframe...

from: lensa.com (+1 source) - 14 days ago

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Program Manager (REMOTE)  

Sears Holdings Corporation - Melrose Park, IL

**Remote Oppty** Planning and execution of multiple cutting edge business and strategic projects supporting the extension and development of business channels for Home Services. This position forms infrastructure project manager mainframe remote...

from: lensa.com - 19 days ago


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  • is mainframe ruining my life? I need advice for the future! Frustrated Red

    Hello, this is Red here, I am 5+ Years into mainframes and I want to change. My job is really boring and there are very little chances (to not say any) for developing something new or getting promoted. I feel so frustrated; I don’t feel satisfaction when doing my job anymore and don’t feel this job is going to lead me to success. Should I switch? What are the tips you’d give a young person to help them be successful? I need inspiration/motivation/a reason to work again. Thank you

    • Zackjr:

      Hey Red , this is a really rough time for you right now, I understand what is going on in your head. Once you don’t feel motivated anymore is hard to want to stay working in the same rol 8 h a day + knowing you can be there forever since there are no chances to get promoted. All I cay say to you is start looking. I know you don’t know what do you want to do, but maybe if you start looking for a job you’ll find something that will inspire you. I’m sure that you’ll read something and you’ll say: THAT’S WHAT I WANT TO DO! So if you are tired of mainframes forget about it and start brand new.

    • Alexander The Stressed:

      Hello, I’m in a similar position, I feel now a days people start to realize that working with mainframes isn’t as cool as it used to be since there is very little new development. It’s never how you picture it , everyone thinks they’ll end up working for a mainframe R&D division when they may get the chance to do new development but the truth is that most of us end up in the back of some institution maintaining a bunch of old crap COBOL code written by someone who still thinks that 64kb is a bunch of RAM. Corporate programing will suck your soul out of you. So dude, whenever you have the chance GET OUT OF THERE. And then you’ll be successful

    • Amber:

      Hello guys I see a lot of you talking about success as if it’s a magic formula that will lead the way to 100% happiness. Well , it is not the case. To be able to change your path successfully and feel productive and happy with your future job you need to think about what drives you. That is the only way you’ll wake up motivated every damn day really to slay your work. In order to be successful you need to come up with your own definition of success. It is just money? Is a nice job position you can genuinely enjoy? Is it programming inside of IT? Is it a life out of IT? Once you have that figured out then talk to you closest relationships (friends, family etc) and let them know what your interests are. Sometimes it can be dangerous to have a bunch of different opinions on what you really want but think about it: you’ll be able to see your position from different perspectives and will make your choice clearer. Than once you truly know what success means to you go for it. Take a couple courses if necessary and enjoy your happy life !

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