Applied Systems, Inc.

  • Data Conversion Programmer

    Job Location US-IL-University Park | CA-ON-Mississauga
  • Job Description

    Make a Difference Every Day with Team Applied
    The people of Applied are making a difference every day through innovation and a commitment to help safeguard and protect what matters most.  With first-to-market software, mobile and data analytics solutions, Applied is revolutionizing companies to strengthen their position as trusted advisors to clients across the world.  Our core values challenge employees to make a difference every day with excellence for customers and support for the communities around us. We believe that success comes from a dynamic working environment that offers professionals an opportunity to grow and succeed alongside extraordinary people.

    Learn how you can make a difference on Team Applied.

    Job Summary
    Applied Systems, Inc., a worldwide leader in insurance technology, is currently searching for a Data Conversion Programmer to assist the insurance agencies we serve with converting their customer data into a format that is compatible with our software.  In this role, you will work closely with members of several other departments, with a focus on creating SQL queries that allow for the delivery of a timely and high quality conversion for each agency we are assisting.  Additionally, you will spend time researching, testing, and implementing new and improved control methods and procedures to increase the quality of future conversions.


    Additional responsibilities include:

    • Review programming code to identify problems with data conversions
    • Review completed conversions, analyze data, and run other required data integrity checks
    • Assist trainers and agencies in rectifying any conversion related situations that arise prior to or after the final conversion has been loaded



    • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, MIS, or related field; or equivalent work experience
    • Ability to create and understand SQL queries
    • Ability to read and understand programming code
    • Functional Microsoft O/S and database experience
    • Solid skills in MS Office, specifically Word, Excel, and Access
    • Advanced skills in analysis/organization of project related tasks according to required specifications
    • Basic understanding of networking, remote access capabilities, and programming
    • Ability to plan and organize technical projects; experience with deadlines for project completion
    • Customer service experience helpful but not required
    • Experience with ETL tools, particularly Pervasive products, is desired


    Corporate Profile
    Applied Systems is a leading provider of software that powers the business of insurance.  Recognized as a pioneer in agency management systems, insurance organizations rely on the company’s software to manage their clients and policies in a consistent manner to minimize risk, reduce operating expenses, and drive sustainable growth and profitability. Leading the industry in technology innovation, Applied Systems has been at the forefront of data exchange between agencies, brokers, carriers and their clients. Today, the company has more than 1,500 employees with customers throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Ireland.  By automating the insurance lifecycle, Applied Systems remains committed to help safeguard what matters most to millions of people around the world. To learn more, please visit


    Employees feel appreciated at Applied Systems.  In addition to a competitive benefits package that starts on the first day of employment, we offer paid time off, a flexible ”Dress for your Day” casual dress code, and an open communication policy.  The resulting atmosphere is professional and conducive to productivity, yet comfortable and fun.


    Applied Systems welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities.  Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.




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