DPOR - Lead Java developer - Backfill
Local Richmond candidates only (pls do not submit candidate that will need to relocate for this opportunity) May start as remote but will be expected to work ON SITE as required
Project duration: Vector end date indicates June 2021 but mgr says she expects to need this resource for a year or more and will extend as needed.
Local Richmond candidates only (pls do not submit candidate that are out of the Richmond area or need to relocate for this opportunity). May start as remote but will be expected to work ON SITE / come to office for scheduled meetings and other work as required. Then will be full time ON SITE once offices re-open.
Qualified Richmond area candidates ONLY and here is the reason:
- The candidate must be able to pick up equipment IN PERSON (no exceptions). Equipment will not be shipped. COV ID credentials require initial log in from the agency's RVA location.
- Interviews will be conducted via web /phone. Work may be remote initially, but will be required to work on site 5 days a week once offices safely reopen. No exceptions.
ABOUT THE ROLE
IDEAL Candidate will have Sr level /Lead exp as a Java dev with Unix platforms, Migrations and Data Mapping.
This position will serve as the primary DPOR licensing system programmer analyst during the lead developer's extended absence from the Department. The individual will be responsible for monitoring system performance & troubleshooting/correcting problems.
Evaluates, analyzes, and modifies complex application programs.
Codes, tests, debugs, documents, and maintains applications. Analyzes and resolves problems associated with applications.
Detects, diagnoses, and reports related problems.
Participates in the development of application system components by providing guidance and direction to staff as needed and where appropriate through developing procedures, policy, application code, libraries, etc.
Works with staff to plan, create and develop appropriate data models required to support the critical business applications.
The candidate will utilize a full range of data processing and systems life cycle techniques.
Provides input to application systems planning, development and design for agency information systems.
Conducts and documents business system needs assessment with management and other staff for agency-wide systems.
Develops and presents proposals, plans, and schedules for the replacement and migration of data and processing software and hardware.
Required/Desired Skills Skill Required /Desired Amount of Experience Extensive experience in application programming and development Required 10 Years Lead development exp in the J2EE and JAVA technology required Required 8 Years Extensive experience with multiple browser platforms and support, including mobile browser support Required 8 Years Degree or certification in Information Systems or Computer Science (or a related field of study) or equivalent experience Highly desired 8 Years Significant skill and experience with embedded and interactive SQL data manipulation language Highly desired 8 Years Experience with Unix/Linux and Microsoft Windows operating systems Highly desired 8 Years Recent exp with Migrations and Data Mapping? Tech details MUST be reflected on resume. Required 5 Years Questions No. Question Question1 Absences greater than two weeks MUST be approved by CAI management in advance, and contact information must be provided to CAI so that the resource can be reached during his or her absence. The Client has the right to dismiss the resource if he or she does not return to work by the agreed upon date. Do you accept this requirement? Question2 Please list candidate's email address that will be used when submitting E-RTR. Question3 Is your candidate currently located in Richmond, VA? This is required. Do not submit if they are out of the Richmond area. Proof of local address may be requested. Question4 Does your candidate have the Lead exp required (must be clearly reflected on their resume to be considered) Question5 Will your candidate commit to working on site (in the agency's Richmond office) once offices safely re-open? Question6 How quickly can your candidate begin a new assignment?