The Charlotte Observer, the region’s leading information source, has a full time opportunity for a professional to join our team as an Applications Analyst II- News Systems. The Charlotte Observer is one of the largest newspapers in the Southeast area with circulation at 209,218 daily and 258,722 Sunday. The Charlotte Observer employs approximately 750 employees and is owned by McClatchy.
The Applications Analyst II- News Systems position is responsible for the evaluation, planning, technical support and development of the CCI news system application environment. Working to ensure, we provide Tier 2 support services to the Newsroom, meeting the users’ needs in a reliable, timely and professional manner. This position works under the direction of the Applications Manager – News Systems to manage change control and solution implementation. This position is subject to on-call, after hours duty.
The Applications Analyst II- News Systems positions must possess CCI experience. Microsoft Developer certification will be an advantage or equivalent experience using Visual Basic and/or TCL (Tool Command Language). UNIX certification or equivalent experience desired. Position requires self-direction, some project administration and special assignments.
FYI to the people who posted the ad: The CO doesn't have 209,000 daily subscribers, not even close: according to the Audit Bueau of Circulations, the Charlotte Observer's daily circulation is 167,585.
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The CO doesn't have 209,000 daily subscribers, not even close: according to the Audit Bueau of Circulations, the Charlotte Observer's daily circulation is 167,585
The Charlotte Disturber has never been known for their accuracy. It is basically a tabloid rag. All they do lately is cheerlead the latest scam from "uptown".
The city has an incredible identity crisis. They didn't like being called "down"town so they renamed it.
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