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This position is located in the Department of Human Services (DHS), Office of Information Systems (OIS), and Application Support Division III (ASDIII). The primary purpose of this position is to bring new technologies to use in the Office of Information Systems and implement state of the art applications at DHS. Designs, architects, and leads the develop software applications and implement technology solutions based on business requirements provided by DHS staff.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Develops and installs solutions by determining and designing system specifications, standards, and programming. Improves operations by conducting systems analyses to recommend changes in policies and procedures.
- Provides training to empower users to administer applications in addition to assisting with end-user training.
- Identifies alternative solutions to unique business problems in assigned projects, integrates the work of others as team or project; and predicts future environments or the impact on future processing.
- Responsible for introducing new development tools to improve existing as well as establishing standard for new applications developed in the agency.
- Identifies infrastructure (servers, security, etc.) needed for new applications. Works closely the OIS database and system administrators in driving efficiencies from local/wide area network, servers and databases.
- Responsible for build, manage and publish applications software on servers
- Responsible for application release management in various application servers including Windows IIS and/or JAVA Glass Fish/Tomcat etc.
- Liaises with Office of Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) staff to identify opportunities, and develop procedures to establish interfaces and/or integrate with District enterprise applications and databases. Incorporate OCTO standards in DHS development methodologies.
- Works closely with other divisions within OIS to train developers in programming technologies.
- Ability to design and develop using Object Oriented Design Principles.
- 5+ years of experience with ASP .NET development (C#) experience, including WebAPI and/or WCF
- 5+ years of experience with database design, T-SQL programming, LINQ, Entity Framework
- Be familiar with agile application development methodology.
- Have the ability to follow a structured application development lifecycle.
Licensures, Certifications and other requirements
Education & Work Experience
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in computer science, information systems management, mathematics, statistics, operations research, or engineering, or course work that required the development or adaptation of computer programs and systems and provided knowledge equivalent to a major in the computer field; plus at least three (3) years of specialized IT experience, one (1) year of which must be comparable in scope and responsibility to the CS-12 grade level in the District of Columbia Government service.
A Ph.D. or equivalent doctoral degree OR 3 years of progressively higher level education leading to such a degree with major study in computer science, information systems management, mathematics, statistics, operations research, or engineering, or course work that required the development or adaptation or computer program systems and provided knowledge to a major in the computer field.
The work is sedentary. However, some walking, standing, stooping and bending may require some lifting of computers, monitors, printers, computer paper and local travel to various departments. The work is performed in an adequately heated, lighted, and ventilated office or computer center setting.