AOPC - Senior Web Developer (21-08)
March 19, 2021
$70,902 - $83,613
- Conducts in-depth analysis of current business practices; proposes, develops and implements detailed system changes based on results of analysis.
- Analyzes and corrects existing code; performs testing to confirm application changes; researches and corrects user problems and known bugs.
- Handles all change management requests and follows established change management and code propagation procedures.
- Analyzes database objects to determine how the design relates to the code; reads and comprehends database model and code; suggests database changes as needed to meet coding and business needs.
- Develops written documentation for complex code and coding methods.
- Works with other development teams on system integration of web applications to existing case management systems.
- Discusses alternatives and approaches with colleagues as part of a team.
- Bachelor’s degree with an IT-related major or minor; AND
- Two years of related technical experience.
- An equivalent combination of education, experience, and / or training may be considered.
- Satisfactory criminal background check required.
- Prior experience with Git and Azure DevOps is preferred.
- Prior experience with Visual Basic .NET, object-relational mapping (NHibernate), messaging (MSMQ/WebSphere) and WCF is a plus.
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