Scope of Work:|
The New York State Department requires the services ofa Technical Architect consultants to assist staff with the development of Middle Tier modernization, which will serve as the service bus and gateway to back-end systems. Contractor will be working with staff for the purpose of analyzing, developing and testing all aspects of Middle Tier Systems.
Based on thebusiness requirements, the Technical Architect consultant will define the data requirements, write application specifications and design for the Middle Tier processing.
Programs must be written in BizTalk and VB.Net.
Unit testing for each application is required as well as writing test plans for integration testing.
When testing is completed, the Technical Architect consultant must migrate the application to various regions, and must perform post-migration validation of the implementation.
The consulting services provided hereunder will include, but may not be limited to, the following:
Component development and integration;
Batch jobs, and Testing.
Professional Experience Mandatory Requirements:
Each of the proposed Technical Architect consultants must meet all of the following experience and professional requirements:
A minimum of seventy two (72) months.NET experience (2.0 framework or later) with at least 48 months in Visual Basic;
A minimum of forty-two (42) months BizTalk Programming/Configuration experience (2006 or later);
A minimum of twelve months (12) months BizTalk Server Administration;
A minimum of twelve (12) months BizTalk Server Migrations, and
A minimum of twelve (12) months Subversion experience.
Non-Technical Mandatory Requirements:
The proposed Technical Architect consultants must demonstrate the following mandatory requirements:
Good oral and written communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to work with others in a fast-paced flexible team environment.
Familiarity with, and basic understanding of, state government procedures.
UNIVERSAL Technologies is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Universal Technologies, LLC - 17 months ago