DCRA – Applications Developer Master (603839)

Contract with Government of the District of Columbia
DCRA – 1100 4th St SW, Washington, DC 20024
Position closes 10/03/2019

US Citizens or Green Card Holders Only

Short Description:

16+ years of experience. Designs, develops, enhances, debugs, and implements software. Troubleshoots production problems related to software applications.

Skills/Required Years of Experience:

16+ yrs troubleshooting production problems related to software applications (Required 16 years)
Bachelor’s degree in IT or related field or equivalent experience (Required 4 years)
Experience in developing REST APIs and/or web services (Required 16 years)
Experience in reviewing business problems and develops web applications to solve it (Required 16 years)
Experience in creating applications on the SeamlessDocs or other similar platforms (Required 5 years)
Experience in using integration platforms like Velosimo to connect different systems(Required 5 years)
Experience in using java script to change CSS and apply knowledge of UI (HTML, CSS, Ajax, XML) to improve user experience (Required 16 years)
Experience in working with SQL Server and related technologies to allow the creation of and the support of data migrations via APIs (Required 5 years)
Experience in creating, maintaining and versioning API’s (Required 5 years)
Experience in using XML, JSON, CSV and SQL and support modern Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) systems using cloud-based tools and connectors (Required 16 years)
Experience in creating error logging and reporting solutions and prepare required documentation (Required 16 years)

Complete Description:

DCRA is on an aggressive roadmap to improve customer experiences by modernizing legacy applications through an application program interface strategy and integrating digital technologies as cloud and mobile apps.] Duties at DCRA include the following but not limited to:
-Review business problems and develops web applications to solve it
-Develop REST APIs and web services to improve licensing, permitting, and enforcement applications
-Create applications on the SeamlessDocs platform
-Use integration platforms like Velosimo to connect different systems
-Use java script to change CSS and apply knowledge of UI (HTML, CSS, Ajax, XML) to improve user experience
-Work with SQL Server and related technologies to allow the creation of and the support of data migrations via -Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)
-Creating, maintaining and versioning API’s
-Use XML, JSON, CSV and SQL and support modern Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) systems using cloud-based tools and connectors
-Create error logging and reporting solutions and prepare required documentation

The candidate should expect to work more than 40 hours on occasion to meet tight timelines. However, it is up to 40 hours a week on a regular basis.

Responsibilities:

  1. Designs, develops, enhances, debugs, and implements software. Troubleshoots production problems related to software applications.
  2. Researches, tests, build, and coordinate the conversion and/or integration of new products based on client requirements. Designs and develops new software products or major enhancements to existing software.
  3. Addresses problems of systems integration, compatibility, and multiple platforms.
  4. Consults with project teams and end users to identify application requirements.
  5. Performs feasibility analysis on potential future projects to management.
  6. Assists in the evaluation and recommendation of application software packages, application integration and testing tools.
  7. Resolves problems with software and responds to suggestions for improvements and enhancements.
  8. Acts as team leader on projects.
  9. Instructs, assigns, directs, and checks the work of other software developers on development team.
  10. Participates in development of software user manuals.

Background check is required, if selected for the position.
There are no reimbursable expenses allocated to this position.

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