Job Id: MI-573410 (99490831)
VB.NET Developer with COTS, SQL Server, Web Services and SDLC experience
Location: Detroit, MI 48202 (TED/TIA/UIA)
Duration: 06 Months
Agency Interview Type: Either Webcam or In Person
Required / Desired Skills
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft VB.NET. Required 12 Years
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server Programming. Required 12 Years
Advanced knowledge of Web Services Development. Required 12 Years
Experience with SDLC methodologies within COTS products. Desired 8 Years
Experience with integration of COTS products and Interactive Voice Response (IVR) systems. Desired 8 Years
Excellent written and oral communication skills Highly desired 12 Years
Advanced knowledge of systems development methodology utilized in the development of new systems and for the enhancement of existing systems. Required 10 Years
Advanced knowledge of principles, theories and techniques of information system analysis. Required 10 Years
Years of Experience: 12-15
Advanced experience in the IT industry and as a programmer analyst.
Relies on advanced experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Works independently with high level oversight and with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Independently performs a variety of complicated tasks, may lead and direct the work of others, works closely with other business, technical and vendor partners. Advanced experience as programmer analyst in the use of specialty technologies regarding application integration using webservices development methodologies. Programmer analyst experience in specialized IT technologies and COTS systems which may not be widely used or are new to the industry. Experience in business application integration to Interactive Voice Response (IVR) SaaS solutions using web services are included.
Includes descriptions detailed earlier as well as programmer analyst experience in specialized IT technologies which may not be widely used or are new to the industry, including the ability to mentor other staff in the use of the specialty technologies and make recommendations on the use of the specialty technologies and integration within the organization’s architecture.
•Plans, develops, tests, and documents computer programs, applying knowledge of programming techniques and computer systems. Evaluates user request for new or modified program, such as for financial or human resource management systems, clinical research trial results, statistical study of traffic patterns, or analyzing and developing specifications for bridge design, to determine feasibility, cost and time required, compatibility with current system, and computer capabilities. Consults with user to identify current operating procedures and clarify program objectives. Formulates plan outlining steps required to develop program, using methodologies such as structured analysis and design or object-oriented development.
•Work involves assisting in analyzing systems outlines to develop programs for computer applications, writing solution programs, documenting the methods and procedures used in program development, and testing and correcting programs. Works under moderate supervision with limited latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Develops block diagrams and machine logic flowcharts to represent operations and data flow for applications.
•Captures requirements using industry standard development frameworks and tools. Designs reports, forms and letters along with computer terminal screen displays to accomplish goals of user request. Reviews screens, reports, forms and letters designs with users. Converts project specifications, using industry standard tools, such as object-oriented tools and code generation, into sequence of detailed instructions and logical steps for coding into language processable by computer, applying knowledge of computer programming techniques and computer languages.
•Enters program codes into computer system. Enters commands into computer to run and test program. Reads computer printouts or observes display screen to detect syntax or logic errors during program test, or uses diagnostic software to detect errors. Replaces, deletes, or modifies codes to correct errors. Analyzes, reviews and alters program to increase operating efficiency or adapt to new requirements. Writes documentation to describe program development, logic, coding, and corrections. Writes manual for users to describe installation and operating procedures. Assists users to solve operating problems. Recreates steps taken by user to locate source of problem and rewrites program to correct errors. May use computer-aided software tools in each stage of system development. May train users to use program. May oversee installation of hardware and software. May provide technical assistance to program users. May install and test program at user site. May monitor performance of program after implementation. May specialize in developing programs for business or technical applications.