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Average Salary for e-Commerce Programmer in United States National Average, United States

The average salary of a(n) e-Commerce Programmer in United States National Average, United States is $90,950.

The average hourly rate of a(n) e-Commerce Programmer in United States National Average, United States is $43.73.

The average bonus of a(n) e-Commerce Programmer in United States National Average, United States is $3,756.00.

Job Description:

Writes modifications for and maintains existing programs for electronically transacted business. Plans, designs, develops, tests, edits, maintains, and documents processes and procedures according to user requirements. Meets with users to help them clarify their e-commerce goals. Must be proficient in one or more large-scale Relational Database Management systems, be able to program in one or more web development language, and be knowledgeable in existing web technologies. Updates and expands information to attract repeat users. Regularly evaluates and modifies programs as it seems appropriate. Converts project specifications into sequence of detailed instructions and logical steps for coding into language that is able to be processed by computer, applying knowledge of computer programming techniques and computer languages. Enters program codes into computer system. Enters commands to run and test programs. Determines if project requires creating a series of new programs or modifying existing programs that access data stored in databases. Observes display screen to detect syntax or logic errors during program test, or uses diagnostic software to detect errors. Replaces, deletes, or modifies codes to correct errors. Analyzes, reviews, and alters program to increase operating efficiency or adapt to new requirements. Writes documentation to describe program development, logic coding, and corrections. Writes manuals to describe installation and operating procedures. Assists in solving operating problems. Reads manuals, periodicals, and technical reports. May lead the work of less senior associates. Less

Writes modifications for and maintains existing programs for electronically transacted business. Plans, designs, develops, tests, edits, maintains, and documents processes and procedures according to user requirements. Meets with users to help them clarify their e-commerce goals. Must be proficient in... More

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