MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS : · High school diploma or equivalent and five years of experience in Data and Applications
OR · Two-year degree in Computer Science or related field and 4 years of experience in Data and Applications
OR · Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field and 3 years of experience in Data and Applications RESPONSIBILITIES : This position's primary focus is to be part of the Applications Team developing and maintaining .Net web applications using Visual Studio Team Foundation Server. This position will create APIs for the integration of commercial software products. In addition, some work will entail web presentation of data warehouse elements in a MS SQL environment and writing reports using MS Reporting Services. DESIRABLE EXPERIENCE : · MS Visual Studio Team System, .Net framework, Visual Basic and Access development · VB Script and Java Script · Web Application Deployment · MS SQL Reporting Services · Experience interfacing with databases via OLE DB, ODBC and ADO.NET, particularly MS/SQL and MS Access · Knowledge of Object Oriented and Relational Databases · SQL Server 2005 or higher, Access Databases · SharePoint development, administration, workflows, and portals SELECTION TECHNIQUE : Your training and experience will be rated based on the required application material submitted and the top scoring candidates will be forwarded to the hiring department for further consideration.
HOURS / DAYS : 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri. Work schedules (hours and days) and location are subject to change based on department needs. ANTICIPATED HIRING RANGE : $25.49 - $30.20/hour
This job description covers several separate but similar career paths within the Information Technology Department. All Analyst positions involve considerable interaction with the users to determine their needs for new systems or applications, and enhancements, maintenance and support for existing systems or applications. It also includes analysis, design, programming, configuration, testing, implementation, troubleshooting and maintenance for the supported systems or applications. Work is performed under general supervision of the I.T. Supervisor, with some work being coordinated by a more senior staff member as directed by the I.T. Supervisor, and is reviewed through goals and results obtained. Persons in this classification may be required to work additional hours to address system implementation, system upgrades and/or emergency situations.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Education and Experience: 1.) High school diploma or equivalent and five years of experience in area of assignment; or 2.) Two-year degree in Computer Science or related field and 4 years of experience in area of assignment; or 3.) Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field and 3 years of experience in area of assignment.
Offer of employment will be contingent upon successfully passing a criminal history and fingerprint background check.
Knowledge: Considerable knowledge of the current methods and techniques of system design, project management, structured programming, CASE tools or high level PC, GIS, server, midrange, phone switch or network technical support.
Ability: Considerable ability to independently analyze all factors to propose solutions or recommendations to satisfy user needs. Has established themselves as a self-starter, self-motivator and able to manage multiple projects. Ability to establish and maintain effective communications and team working relationships within both the I.T. Department and end user areas. Ability to respond appropriately in emergency trouble-shooting situations during regular work and/or non-work hours. Ability to report to work on a regular and timely basis.
EXAMPLES OF WORK:
1. Meets with users to analyze requests and design, write, test, debug, configure, install and document new applications or systems, or add enhancements or upgrades and perform maintenance and support of existing applications or systems.
2. Provides project management and may act as project lead to determine priorities and assign responsibilities, tasks and dates within a project. Utilizes current department-approved project methodology as required.
3. Troubleshoots, monitors, manages and provides technical support; performs emergency maintenance as needed.
4. Stays current on technology trends, evaluates and recommends technology; may function as a mentor to other staff.
5. Plans, schedules and provides work direction for vendors or other I.T. staff.
6. Performs Help Desk duties and operations duties in a backup role if assigned; performs desktop management tasks if assigned.
7. Determines and implements security procedures to protect County supported systems and data.
8. Performs other duties as assigned.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: # 1, 2, 3, 4, 7 and 8 as listed above.
WORK ENVIRONMENT FOR THE ASSIGNMENT AREA OF TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS: Work is sedentary in nature performed within the Government Center or satellite offices. Lifting requirement of 15 - 20 pounds on an occasional basis. Wrist and finger manipulation due to filing, compiling, calculating, or computer work.
WORK ENVIRONMENT FOR THE ASSIGNMENT AREAS OF CUSTOMER RELATIONS, OPERATIONS, AND INFRASTRUCTURE: Lifting requirement of up to 30 pounds on an occasional basis; up to 150 pounds on a rare to occasional basis. Employees are encouraged to request assistance with all items over 30 pounds. Wrist and finger manipulation due to filing, compiling, calculating, or computer work. Frequent positional changes in response to computers, printers, and customer needs. Must be able to perform the following on an occasional basis: fingering, communicating, reading, standing, stooping, kneeling, bending and crouching.
In each of the areas listed above, equipment used includes, but is not limited to, personal computer, printers, telephone, calculator, typewriter, copy and fax machine. Additional physical/mental requirements that occur on a rare to occasional basis may not be listed, but are inherent in performing the position's essential functions.
TITLE OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: I.T. Supervisor
This description is intended to describe the kinds of tasks and the level of work responsibility being performed by people assigned to this classification. The list is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all the responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.