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Mainframe Software Engineer Remote  

Assurant General Insurance Limited - Santa Ana, California

SOFTWARE ENGINEER Location: Santa Ana, California This position is a Software Engineer for a Lender Placed / Collateral Protection... Mainframe Remote Work careers...

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from: - 28 days ago

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Telecommunications/Network Technician  

State of Delaware - Dover, DE, United States

per month, on average over the course of a fiscal year; July 1 to June 30. This is a non-pension eligible position without healthcare benefits. Summary Statement This position provides excellent IT customer Mainframe Remote careers...

from: - 11 days ago

Computer & Network Specialist 12/20  

Starion Bank - Mandan, ND, United States

. We are currently seeking a Computer & Network Specialist to join our progressive IT team! This position will support and maintain the computer infrastructure, solving a wide array of problems with various types mainframe telecommute...

from: - 14 days ago

Software Engineer  

Symantec Corporation - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

with proprietary scripting languages - Understanding the network and security landscape especially as it pertains to the mainframe world - Ability to work with best-practice development-CI/CD tools - Flexibility mainframe remote support...

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from: (+1 source) - 15 days ago

Systems Administrator  

PNC - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

. As a System Administrator within PNC's Mainframe Storage organization, you will be based in Pittsburgh, Cleveland or a remote location. Job Description Installs, configures, and maintains the organization's remote mainframe...

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from: - 17 days ago

Remote Only || Mainframe ZOS  

Tekfortune Inc.

Role Mainframe ZOS Location Richardson, TX (Remote ) Duration 12 Months. Job Description zOS ( Operating System) and related products Sound knowledge in SMPE zOSMF CA Chorus ISV Products on zOS mainframe remote GDPS...

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Mainframe Developer  

Net2Source inc - New York, Texas

Position: Mainframe Developer Location: NYC, NY (Remote) Duration : 1 + Year Job Description : * Strong development experience in DB2, Batch( COBOL, JCL, DFSORT), Native and Cobol Stored Procedures, CICS mainframe remote support z os...

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from: - 17 days ago

Mainframe Developer  

Cognizant Technology Solutions - Deerfield, Illinois

SunIRef:Event141 Cognizant Technology Solutions is seeking for Mainframe Developer ; who could join in our team of IT professionals in a permanent role. If you meet our background requirements engineer senior mainframe remote...

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from: - 21 days ago

Mainframe Architect _ Delaware (Remote Till Covid) _ Full Time  

Data Wave Technologies Inc - Wilmington, DE 19801

Hi, Please find the below JD let me know your interest along with your update resume, Role Mainframe Architect Location Delaware (Remote Till Covid) Full Time Description Mainframe with 5 to 6 yrs senior mainframe remote...

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Mainframe System Admnistrator (100% Remote)  

DatamanUSA, LLC - Montpelier, VT, VT

Job ID MSA 24022021 Client State of VT (DOL) Duration 6+ Months (Remote) Location Montpelier, VT Roles Responsibilities Support for Set up of offshore mainframe administration mainframe service delivery systems engineer senior mainframe remote...

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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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