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Programmer/ Developer 2
Ref No.: 18-05327
Location: Austin, Texas
The workers must have strong .NET Web development experience, with a working knowledge of .NET version 4.0 or above and Visual Studio Professional 2015. The worker(s) must have also worked with Oracle and Web technologies. Additionally, the worker(s) must have extensive experience with the following:
  • Developing .NET solutions using MVC design based on functional specifications
  • Solid understanding of Oracle PL/SQL
  • Web technologies: HTML5, CSS3, SSL/TLS, and JSON
  • Adhering to software development processes and standards
  • Preparing detailed documentation
  • Generating work estimates in an SDLC environment
The workers must be familiar with data base structures, and reporting platforms as well as be able to work as a member of an existing .NET development team to ensure work complies with the standards and all software artifacts are prepared accurately in a timely fashion. The worker must also be quality conscious and be dedicated to delivering quality products on time and on budget.

WORKER SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Minimum Requirements:
Years Skills/Experience
6 Experience designing, creating, and overseeing .NET Web applications for large, complex, high-availability systems.
6 Experience conducting design sessions with subject matter experts and business process owners to meet data requirements.
4 Experience with .NET 3.0 or higher version.
4 Experience with Oracle PL/SQL
4 Experience with MVC (model-view-controller)
4 Experience with Web technologies HTML5, CSS3, SSL/TLS, and JSON
3 Experience with .NET 4.0 or higher version.
Strong Must have strong communication skills, both verbal and written. Skills are needed to interact with staff, users, and leadership.
Strong Knowledge of Visual Studio Professional 2015.
Strong Ability to work with development tools; with an in-depth understanding of technical design.
Strong Ability to work independently in a diverse team environment and with local and remote teams.
Strong Analytical and critical thinking skills.
Strong Knowledge of software development and methodologies.

Preferences:
Years Skills/Experience
4 Experience developing quality solutions with tight deadlines.
2 Public sector experience (e.g., Federal, State, and/or Local Government)

TERM OF SERVICE
Services expect to start as soon as possible Services expect to start on or before June 15, 2018 and are expected to be completed by August 31, 2018. Total estimated worker hours shall not exceed 625 hours per worker. This service may be amended, renewed, and/or extended providing both parties agree and do so in writing.

WORK HOURS AND LOCATION
  1. Normal business hours for this role will be an average of 40 hours per work week. A work week consists of Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM through 5:00 PM, excluding State holidays when the agency is closed. Some nights and weekends as needed.
  2. The primary Work location will be at 2323 Ridgepoint Drive, Austin, Texas. Any and all travel, per diem, parking, and/or living expenses shall be at the Worker's and/or Vendor's expense.
  3. The Worker(s) may be required to work outside the normal business hours on weekends, evenings and holidays, as requested. Payment for work over 40 hours will be at the hourly rate quoted and must be coordinated and pre-approved through DFPS.