Transportation, Department ofIS Systems Development Services Senior and Specialist
Job Announcement Code(s): 12-04066
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (DOT) has vacancies for an IS Systems Development Services Senior and an IS Systems Development Services Specialist in the Bureau of Information Technology Services (BITS). DOT offers a fast paced, challenging, and exciting work environment. DOT is located on Sheboygan Avenue, on Madison’s west side, with available parking and regular bus access. In addition, there is an on-site cafeteria and credit union and plenty of nearby restaurants, shopping venues, parks and bike paths. For more information about DOT, visit our website at http://dot.wi.gov/. Come see why the DOT is such a great place to work!Job Duties:
The IS Systems Development Services Senior position is responsible for providing a combination of object-oriented analysis, java programming and mobile/web developments. This position will be responsible for working with a combination of project leaders, systems analysts, application programmers, customers and management, and will be responsible for working on projects with a significant departmental and cross-organizational/agency impact. This position is also responsible for analyzing and developing java code for multi-media and multi-platform systems and projects, and will be responsible for assisting with the integration and revision of major systems.
The IS Systems Development Services Specialist provides advanced system analysis and technical design for complex projects which have a significant departmental impact, that cross organization and/or agency lines, and involve interaction with other project leaders, systems analysts, application programmers, customers and management. Duties include reviewing business case documentation, the development of web and mobile web design solutions, and providing leadership to fellow IT professionals on a variety of projects that cover multiple platforms and systems.
Both positions will be responsible for maintaining high quality standards regarding departmental and statewide architectures, methodologies and policies, and they will be responsible for providing leadership to IT professionals on the adaptation and use of new development tools and methodologies.
Prior to any appointments for position(s) filled from this announcement, candidates will be subject to a comprehensive criminal background check, which may include FBI fingerprinting.
Knowledge and skills in developing java applications for highly complex application development efforts across multiple platforms.
Knowledge and skills designing highly usable mobile friendly web applications.
Skills as a java developer using J2EE development standards including model-view-controller design implementations, integration technologies and Internet security techniques.
Skills to identify and document significant software architecture decisions including requirements, design, implementation and deployment elements following standard practices.
Skill to build applications that are compliant with department data, process, and application architecture standards and legal mandates.
Knowledge and skills in working with professional IS staff to provide analysis and design solutions and web development expertise for highly complex application development efforts across multiple platforms.
Knowledge and skills to lead and/or complete web and mobile web development efforts using advanced iterative development methods, reuse strategies, and object oriented analysis and design methods.
Skills using jQuery, HTML 5, CSS and other mobile technologies.
Apply on-line with a resume and a letter of interest which fully details your experience as it relates to the duties and knowledge/skills/abilities of these positions. Materials will be evaluated and the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process. To apply for these positions, click “Log In” to access your existing account or to create a new account if you don’t already have an account in the system. Once you are logged in, click "Apply Now." You will be asked to provide your personal information, attach a resume and then submit your letter of interest. Questions about these positions should be directed to Stephanie Laufenberg at Stephanfie.Laufenberg@dot.wi.gov or at (608) 264-9970.
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