Remote Java Developer (10+ years) with Web Services, SQL and healthcare (must) experience

Job ID: UT-79804 (90090204)

Remote Java Developer (10+ years) with Web Services, SQL and healthcare (must) experience

Location: Salt Lake City, UT (DOH)
Duration: 14 months
Interview: phone
Positions: 1 (1/4)
2 skills assessment results. (Java Language Fundamentals and Java EE Foundations)

• The Candidates will work remotely, 40 hours per week
• Local candidates are preferred.

30% – Cost
40% – Ability to work in a team environment
15% – Breadth of experience with Java and Web service
5% – Professional software development using SQL
10% – Experience with professional software development tools

UDOH DCPIP Statement of Work
The successful candidates will work with existing staff to provide application development, software maintenance, and administration for the UDOH COVID-19 response. This includes application enhancements to data collection, processing, storage, and analytic systems used by staff at the Utah Department of Health, all local health departments, and multiple tribal public health organizations. They will enhance systems used for collection of laboratory test order information; reporting of laboratory test results; reception and processing of electronic laboratory reports, case reports, and other disease surveillance data; analysis and visualization of operational metrics for test processing, case identification, contact tracing, and other epidemiological information; and reporting of surveillance information to the CDC, pandemic response leadership and stakeholders, and the general public. They will be required to develop enhancements to existing systems as well as participate in the development of new and replacement systems as needed. Support for integrations between various existing and new systems will be established or enhanced.

System information:
UT-NEDSS (EpiTrax), the primary tool used by communicable disease epidemiologists throughout the state and sponsored by the Division of Disease Control and Prevention at the Utah Department of Health. As this is a production application this is continually evolving using an “agile” development methodology where updates are applied in two weeks sprints. This programmer will have to work closely with the other developers to integrate this new functionality without disrupting production and other parallel application development


Skills Assessment Instructions (5).pdf


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