Full time, Contract | Phoenix
Status: Closed
Posted On: Dec 22 2021


As an expert technical specialist, you will analyze and assist with creating reusable and enterprise-level modules/applications by translating systems and program specs into code. You will also support production systems, and resolve service requests as assigned. Your role involves full life-cycle software development, overall system problem resolution, and mentoring developers.

Job Duties: -Analyze and develop reusable and enterprise level modules/applications by translating systems and program specifications into coded computer instructions -Schedule and manage test and production releases; create a back-up copy, check-in code, build, merge, and publish (deploy) for IT development team; provide support during the technical release process -Follow the specified agency software development life cycle and procedures -Support production systems; analyze and resolve production problems in a timely manner -Mentor and train new staff and junior developers

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities (KSAs): -Thorough working knowledge of multiple programming languages, database management systems, and development platforms -Senior level application development skills with MS Visual Studio, .Net Framework, Angular, C#, data contracts and data serialization, LINQ, TFS/TFS Build, MS SQL database access methods -Ability to evaluate and test emerging technologies, and apply creative solutions to business problems -Comfortable working independently and/or collectively, remaining open to others’ ideas, and adapting to change -Ability to lead initiatives to develop solutions and processes to meet needs of the agency

Selective Preference(s): Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and/or 8 years providing application development for a business's IT organization. Technical Certification with Microsoft development technologies and/or SQL Server database applications/design is a plus.


6 months contract to Hire role- expected conversion salary is 95K/year.


This position is worked remote during the pandemic with occasional requests to go onsite. Anyone submitted must be willing to go onsite when requested. When the office returns to working onsite the resource must be willing to work onsite 100%