Hiring kit: Mainframe systems programmer
Recruiting a mainframe systems programmer candidate with the right combination of technical and industry experience will require a comprehensive screening process. This hiring kit from TechRepublic Premium provides a flexible framework your business can use to find the right person for the job.
From the hiring kit:
In general, mainframe systems programmers take responsibility for implementing and maintaining an organization’s server computer, as well as performing updates and routine maintenance on the mainframe computer. They accomplish this task by installing, testing and updating hardware, software and operating systems. Mainframe systems programmers often have extensive experience with older legacy systems and programming languages.
According to Glassdoor, the salary for a mainframe systems programmer in the United States ranges from about $82,000 per year to about $185,000 per year. The estimated total pay in that range is $122,345 per year.
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