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Revenue, Department of

Analytics and Reporting Software Developer 

Job Announcement Code(s): 20-00972

County(ies):
Dane
Classification Title: / JAC:
  Job Working Title:
IS SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT SRVCS PROF 20-00972
    Analytics and Reporting Software Developer

Type of Employment:
Full Time (40 hrs/week)
Salary:
Starting salary pays between $21.66 - $31.25 hourly ($45,052 - 65,000 annually) depending on qualifications, plus excellent benefits. Current state employees pay will be based on the provisions in the Compensation Plan. This classification is in Pay Schedule 07, Pay Range 35. A twelve-month probationary period is required.
Contact:
Linda Weber, Human Resources Specialist - Senior, 608-261-7687, LindaS.Weber@wisconsin.gov
Bargaining Unit:
Non-Represented
Area of Competition:
Open
Deadline to Apply:
4/5/2020
11:59 p.m. CST
Assessment Information:
13371 -  093  IS Systems Development Services Professional (Analytics & Reporting Software Developer) 
Preview Assessment  

Do you dig for the facts and figures in every news story you read?  Are you known for delivering answers to questions others did not think to ask?  If so, this position may be the next stop in your information technology career journey.  The Department of Revenue's Division of Technology Services (DTS) seeks a curious and creative individual to support data-driven decision making across the organization.   

Working for Wisconsin State Government Video (click here).  The state also offers a comprehensive benefit package.  As a state employee you will receive nine paid holidays, 4.5 days of personal holidays, plus sick leave (five hours per bi-weekly pay period) and vacation leave (over 100+ hours annually) .This position is located in Madison, at the WI Department of Revenue (DOR) -  http://www.revenue.wi.gov/.

Top 3 Reasons to work for the DOR:
1. Great benefits, personal growth opportunities and work-life balance.
2. DOR is committed to incorporating the latest technologies and software development practices.
3. Be a part of a team that creates software applications having statewide impact for Wisconsin citizens.

Listen to what DOR IT staff have to say about working at Revenue https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEWSkj-85Ls   

Position Summary:   The Analytics and Reporting Software Developer supports the delivery of enterprise reporting and analytics solutions.   It is responsible for developing and supporting operational, analytical and strategic reporting solutions for all levels of the organization.  Working with developers and business analysts, it will gain understanding of business process flows and data relationships, prepare and analyze data within and across department systems and build solutions using a mix of reporting tools and custom-developed software. 

For a complete copy of the position description, click here

Special Notes:   Please reference General Information about Jobs in WI State Government.  The Department of Revenue will conduct a criminal background check, fingerprint check, and a tax compliance check prior to making an offer of hire. Interview results may be reused in accordance with the State of WI interview reuse policy.

Applicants must be eligible to work in the United States.  The Department of Revenue does not sponsor work or student visas, either at time of hire or at any later time.

Qualifications:   You will submit a resume and cover letter that will be evaluated based on how each of your documents clearly address the qualifications we outline below and will determine your eligibility to participate in the next step of the selection process.  Limit EACH separate document to a maximum of THREE (3) pages (pages in excess will not be evaluated).  You will NOT be evaluated if you fail to submit both required documents. 

Ensure you have clearly described your specific role/what you did, your level of responsibility (e.g. worked independently, etc.) scope, duration, specific nature of your duties for all of the qualifications.  Make sure you provide examples that clearly describe your experience that demonstrate your level of expertise for all the qualifications.

Minimally qualified applicants will have experience or formal training in each of the following:
1. Developing applications using a minimum of one of the following:  Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle PL/SQL, DB2 or a similar relational database.
2. Developing applications using a minimum of one of the following:  Microsoft .NET, Java, C#, VB.NET, or ASP.NET.
3. Analyzing data and communicating results or findings of analysis. 

Well qualified applicants will have experience or formal training in a minimum of one of the following (in addition to the minimum qualifications):
1. Reporting or visualization tools (such as Microsoft SSRS, Power BI, Tableau, SAS, etc.)
2. R or Python programming language
3. IT Project management

How To Apply:   Apply online! To apply, click “Log In” to access your existing account or to create a new account if you don’t have an account with Wisc.Jobs. Once you are logged in, click “Apply Now.” You will be asked to provide your personal information, attach in your job cart a resume and cover letter, and then be sure to read and follow the more detailed instructions provided when you apply.  If you are having technical difficulties with attaching your resume and cover letter, here is a step-by-step video on how to attach documents in Wisc.Jobs.  Failure to submit both required documents will result in an incomplete application and ineligibility for this position.  All candidates, including current or former state employees must apply through Wisc.Jobs.

For instructions on developing your resume and cover letter (e.g. letter of qualifications) for your Department of Revenue application, click here.

If you encounter technical issues or have questions regarding the selection process you may contact Linda Weber at LindaS.Weber@wisconsin.gov or 608-261-7687.

 

 
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