Systems Software Programmer - Project Lead

Location Columbia
Discipline: Information Technology
Salary: $60 to $65
Contact email:
Job ref: 435347
Published: about 2 months ago
  • The division of technology services is responsible for developing, implementing, maintaining, and obtaining multiple mission critical applications for the department of social services.
  • The department seeks a highly motivated individual with advanced experience and extensive software development skills to play a key role in the application development team that will deliver new DSS child welfare re-engineering projects.
  • The candidate will serve as the systems program project lead.
  • Along with RTR get the DSS form completed and signed by the candidate. Please download the document.
Roles & Responsibilities
  • The candidate’s responsibilities also include the following.
  • Lead the development of a secured provider portal qualified providers who provide services under the families first prevention services act(FFPSA). Portal will interface with the states CCWIS, (child and adult protective services system(CAPSS).
  • Assist in the planning and system design to implement the new CCWIS and Afcars federal requirements
  • Assist in the development and implementation of CAPSS changes for the families first prevention act
  • Assist with ongoing maintenance and operations of the state’s CCWIS, child and adult protective services system
  • Develop and modify vb/ and C# code that accesses a MSSQL 2008/2012/2016databases
Preferred Qualifications Preferred skills (rank in order of importance):
  • Preference will be given to experience related to childwelfare or human services system design and development and/or knowledge of the SACWIS/CCWIS requirements and objectives
  • Candidate must be able to communicate clearly with the development team, project staff, and the user community.
  • Strong project skills
  • Self-starter
  • Experience with agile software development is a plus.
  • Minimal management required
Minimum Qualifications Required skills (rank in order of importance):
  • 10+ years of experience independently designing and implementing medium to large-scale software systems and components using .net architectures.
  • 8+ year’s experience developing data-driven applications utilizing significant relational database engines as part of the over all application architecture.
  • 8+ years’ experience building windows/web-based software systems, utilizing n-tier architectures, dynamic content, highly-scalable approaches, and complex security models/implementations
  • Knowledge of Microsoft operating systems and at least two application, database, messaging or web server systems.
  • Successful design and implementation of multiple software components and subsystems.
  • Ability to communicate the design and implementation of software systems including relevant strengths/weaknesses and reasons for implementation decisions.
  • Ability to communicate (orally and written) effectively with technical, non-technical staff, and customers/stakeholders as needed or directed.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the DSS and other state information technology staff.
Environments and tools:
  • MS server 2012 r2/2016 enterprise server, IIS 8.5
  • MS SQL  2012 r2 /2016 enterprise server.
  • TFS (team foundation server)
  • Microsoft visual studio 2010/2013/2015
  • c#,, .net
  • java script
  • SSRS
  • Entity framework 6 – is a plus
  • MVC3 or higher is a plus
Required education:
  • BS or Associate degree
  • Interview process (who will conduct i/v, phone or in-person, how many rounds of i/v’s)?
  • Interview will be by phone and will be conducted by a team of 3 – 5 developers and or project managers.