Application Developer .NET
Application Developer .NET - $32.04/hour
Responsible for providing professional business and systems analysis and programming for applications in a variety of environments. Performs related work as required. Will be working with others in developing forms and workflows for the agency. Provides program level application design and analysis from both written and verbal detailed program specifications. Debugs complex computer programs. Writes specifications, designs and creates new programs, and analyzes and modifies existing programs. Designs and supports applications and web sites using the agency's standard tools. Writes test plans and participates in peer testing. Participates in project planning and design with clients and senior analytical staff. Consults and plans for specific modifications and systems enhancements. Provides optimum quality service to the clients. Monitors project for quality assurance and adherence to procedures in order to avoid preventable interruption of production. Develops written documents to clearly present information in a logical order with terms that are understood by the receiving audience. Prepares written reports (e.g., monthly activity, project status, etc.) to provide information. Documents activities and time spent on tasks.
- Requires a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Management or Computer Information Systems, Computer Engineering, Math, or Engineering or related technical degree from an appropriately accredited institution
- Two (2) years of computer programming experience, which included experience developing web-based applications using JAVA and/or Visual Studio, ASP.NET, and C#; with Source Control and/or TFS. OR an Associates Degree in the afore mentioned areas and five (5) years of computer programming experience, as indicated above.
- professional standards for systems development and documentation. the principles, concepts, capabilities, and operations of HTML, XML, XSD, SOAP, JAVA Script, and SQL. implementation of the Agile Methodology. the principles and techniques of function-oriented system analysis and design. Current technological trends for client/server and personal computer information systems. advanced mathematical calculations and statistics. computer interfaces with outside agencies. assigned applications systems. system design requirements and programming techniques in any Object Oriented Language (e.g., C++, C#, JAVA, .NET, etc.).
For more information, contact Christine Hawn at 602 788-5890 ext 123 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org