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This is our second attempt. We've lowered the requirements, so we are seeking someone who has the software development fundamentals with some experience to work in our team. See above link for details. Job posting closes on August 9, 2013.
This is a reposted position. Previous applicants must reapply to be considered.
This position has a funding cap of $55,081.00.
This position is not subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act. This position is located in the Information Technology Division of the NC Department of Justice.
The NC Department of Justice is seeking a Software Developer to be part of the Training & Standards (T&S) Team, which is comprised of a Business/User Experience (UX) analyst, Senior Software Developer, and a Software Quality Assurance (SQA) specialist. The team also has a Database Administrator (DBA) as an extended team member. The T&S Team supports both commercial-off-the-shelf and custom software for the customer. The T&S application portfolio encompasses internal and e-commerce public-facing systems.
The T&S team's customer is the Law Enforcement Training and Standards Division, which comprises of the NC Justice Academy, Private Protective Services/Alarm Systems Licensing, Criminal Justice Standards, and Sheriff Standards. Customer information is at http://www.ncdoj.gov/....
The candidate will also be providing after hour and weekend/holiday support for production releases and incident management on an as-needed basis.
Candidate will be responsible for participating in software development projects and operational support staffed by unreserved-but-talented team members. This includes developing software solutions and participating in the architecture and design for the customer. Programming, reviewing code, unit testing, and pair programming are part of this effort.
Candidate will be participating in the software development process with the team. This includes, but is not limited to, business analysis or user experience design, software quality assurance testing, IT customer service, and incident management. The team also employs the Microsoft .Net Security Development Lifecycle and the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Top 10.
The team predominantly programs in C# and .Net using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and 2012, with reports created and managed in SQL Server Reporting Service. Team Foundation Server 2012 is the source control repository. The team primarily uses the Agile-SCRUM software development process. Candidate must be able to learn and utilize these languages, tools, and processes, working with the team and customer.
As part of the development efforts, the candidate is expected to coordinate with extended team members, such as database administrators, Customer Service Center staff, and Server Group as required. Planning and managing extended team members' involvement as part of the T&S team's efforts is important to the success of the team.
Finally, part of the candidate's responsibility is to advise T&S service manager on solution recommendations, issues, risks, and mitigation strategies with the team.
The Department of Justice uses a competency-based recruitment system. This Business and Technology Applications Analyst position is posted at the Contributing level, equivalent to a salary grade of 74. The hiring range for this position is $42,590.00 to $55,081.00.
The selected candidate will undergo and must successfully complete a comprehensive background investigation.