The Comptroller of Maryland is seeking a qualified advanced technology application developer who will be responsible for converting application databases from Microsoft SQL Server 2000 to Microsoft SQL Server 2008 including conversion of Data Transmission Services (DTS) packages to SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) packages. The developer 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, XML, XSLT and SQL Server. The developer will be responsible for development following the State’s system development life cycle methodology.
•Convert MS SQL 2000 databases to MS SQL 2008 database including DTS packages to SSIS packages.
•Develop new SSIS packages.
•Convert Classic asp web application to ASP.NET 4.0 web applications.
•Prepares conceptual designs of proposed new or revised applications systems.
•Prepares technical systems designs and project specifications detailing input, processes, and output and systems analysis tools such as UML diagrams. Develops programs using ASP.NET, T-SQL, C# and other web-based programming languages.
•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 program documentation and user documentation. Performs emergency maintenance on applications systems and programs as required.
•At least five (5) years of application development experience with expertise in DTS to SSIS conversions.
•At least three (3) year recent experience with Microsoft SQL Server 2008, including experience with stored procedures and DTS to SSIS conversions.
•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 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.
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