One of our best clients has a contract to support the EDGAR systems. The SEC was created in
1934 as an independent regulatory agency. The SEC administers statutes that protect the
investing public by providing full disclosure of required SEC filings, regulating the nationís
securities markets, and policing and preventing fraud and manipulation in the securities and
financial markets. . EDGAR is a mission critical system within the SEC developed to automate
the filing, processing and dissemination of the 15 to 18 million pages of registration
statements, reports and other filings received by the SEC each year. These submissions
currently are received from over 28,000 registered entities and numerous individual filers.
The goals of EDGAR include: facilitating efficient filings and providing support for one-stop
filing; enhancing the timeliness and availability of filings to the public; and increasing the
effectiveness of SEC personnel in performing their review and auditing functions. EDGAR became
operational in 1992.
Requirements are as follows:
Individual should have experience in developing under a structured methodology and developing
medium to large scale applications. In addition, individual will need to be able to take
general direction and fulfill a development assignment independently while also contributing
to the overall team environment. BS degree required; 4-7 years of experience needed. Core
development skills must include Java/J2EE, PERL, XML, XSLT, WebMethods, Unix and SQL.
Excellent communication skills and a team oriented attitude are a must. Must be able to obtain
and maintain a government agency security clearance. GREEN CARDS ACCEPTED.