Solicitation Closes 12/1/14

QAT Global, a long term partner with the State of Nebraska is seeking a highly skilled C, C++ Developer with some recent experience in .Net framework.  Sr. Developer will provide hands on development and maintenance for an online client/server application for the Health and Human services organization for the State of Nebraska based in Lincoln, NE.

Enhance and Support the client side of a client/server application running on Windows 7 as the client and Z/OS CICS as the server.

Provide and maintain C interfaces to various application components, case tools, and document imaging systems.

Develop and support C EXEs/DLLs to extend application capabilities beyond what is provided by the CASE tools currently used (CA Gen and  CA AION Business Rules Expert).  Apply knowledge of the CASE tools’ capabilities, limitations, and options for extending.

Maintain, enhance, and extend the client architecture portion of a client/server application serving 2500 users distributed statewide including enhancing communication protocols to the server (Z/OS). This includes 700+ users running the application on Citrix, (server centric remote access software).

Determine and resolve complex technical issues introduced by Windows operating system upgrades, CASE tools upgrades, and perform other black box troubleshooting of CASE-tool-generated code by applying detailed knowledge of Windows programming, and a thorough, knowledgeable analysis of Windows utilities’ output and log information


  • 7+ years of C/C++ experience
  • Experience with .Net framework, CCS, XML, XHTML, Visual Studio

QAT Global provides a comprehensive benefits package to include Medical, Dental, 401k with match, Short/Long Term Disability and Life.

Interested candidates send a resume to

Brent Hodgen Contributor
has over 20 years of Human Resource experience and has spent much of his career doing IT recruiting. He joined QAT Global in 1999 as the Human Resource Manager. He is a dedicated recruiter who believes in high levels of customer service.