Job ID: UT-53113 (99990425)
Location: Salt Lake City UT (Department of Workforce Services (DWS))
Duration: 6+ months
2 Contribute design and applications architecture decisions Advanced while staying within the framework of the existing applications
3 Work with team members and stakeholders to implement user friendly, intuitive, and accessible client interfaces Advanced
4 Mentor and train other team members, where applicable. Advanced
5 On-site, Monday through Friday is required. Telecommuting is not an option.
Bid Scoring Criteria:
18% – Expert Skill Level – Java web development using IntelliJ IDEA
18% – Expert Skill Level – Java application development using Spring MVC
17% – Expert Skill Level – Oracle database development using TOAD or SQL Developer and Oracle PL/SQL stored procedure development
30% – Cost
the Utah Interpreter Program (UIP) website for ASL interpreters is in need of a rebuild. The UIP website has multiple functions.
• The first is for potential interpreters to learn about the requirements to become certified and to pay for certification.
• The second function is for staff to record payment, review final testing scores and maintain a list of current certified interpreters.
• The third function is for ASL raters to enter in applicant interpreters’ scores for each of the tests the applicant takes. The website uses GovPay to process payments, but still requires manual intervention to record the payment to the applicant’s record.
The new Utah Interpreter’s Program website will be on jobs.utah.gov and hosted by Department of Technology Services (DTS). Interpreters will also be able to get to the site using uip.utah.gov and then be redirected back to the jobs.utah.gov website.
Interpreters: There will be a public facing website where interpreters’ login to manage their certification process. Interpreters will use the site to login, register and schedule testing, pay for tests through GovPay, maintain continuing education hours, upload documents, and manage recertification processes.
Raters: Raters are interpreters as well. They will also login into the public facing site to receive and complete work assignments. They will get assigned physical exams to score and rate and then be able to report those scores through the application.
Administrators: Admin site will be behind the firewall. They will certify and recertify interpreters, maintain content on the site, set scheduling times and dates, and assign raters to review applicants