The Comptroller of Maryland is seeking a qualified advanced technology application developer who will be responsible for developing new and enhancing existing web applications and client server applications for the Comptroller’s Internet and Intranet websites using .NET, C#/VBScript, ASP, XML, XSLT and SQL Server. The developer will be responsible for development following the State’s system development life cycle methodology.
•Consults with systems users to plan, develop, evaluate and revise applications systems.
•Collects and analyzes data concerning manual processes or existing systems to determine the purpose of the system, work methods used, cause and effect of problems and improvements needed.
•Prepares conceptual designs of proposed new or revised applications systems.
•Prepares technical applications systems designs and project specifications detailing input, processes, output and controls using narrative reports and systems design tools such as class diagrams, sequence diagrams and logical/physical data models.
•Codes programs using .NET, SQL and other web-based programming languages and compiles programs.
•Develops and executes test plan for newly created or modified web applications and/or SSIS packages.
•Uses specialty software to perform utility routines including debugging, editing and sorting functions.
•Develops and assembles systems documentation to include functional design, technical design, maintenance manual and user guides.
•Performs emergency maintenance on applications systems and programs as required.
•At least two (2) years recent experience designing and developing web applications using Microsoft’s .NET Framework 2.0/3.5/4.0.
•At least one (1) year recent experience with SQL/ relational database, including experience, preferably Microsoft SQL Server 2005/2008, including experience with stored procedures and SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS)/Data Transmission Services (DTS).
•At least one (1) year recent experience with analytical, testing, problem solving, and technical troubleshooting in a production environment.
•At least six (6) months experience with the State’s SDLC or a similar full project development life cycle methodology.
•Five (5) or more years experience designing and developing web applications using Microsoft .NET and a SQL/relational database are preferred.