IT Programmer - Analytics

Montgomery County

Dayton, OH, USA

Full time

US$25.69-31.33 (hourly)

Jan 29

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Operates in a team-oriented environment providing information technology support to Montgomery County departments, offices, and agencies under the Board of County Commissioners.Operates in a team-oriented environment providing information technology support to Montgomery County departments, offices, and agencies under the Board of County Commissioners.

Summary of Job Duties

Responsibilities to maintain software and systems and develop applications for departmental use. Administers routine application functions. Can apply one or more programming languages or frameworks (.Net, C#, VB, PowerApps, Azure, Java, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SQL, and MVC) or other technologies as needed. Integrates applications using SOAP/REST integrations or other technologies as needed. Uses continuous integration tools such as Azure DevOps, TFS, Cruise Control, Jenkins, or other tools. Employs techniques such as test-driven development, unit testing, Scrum, XP, or other agile methods. Implements business-driven solutions with very little guidance from senior staff. Can perform routine modifications of data repositories, databases and other data storage technologies (SQL Server, Oracle, SharePoint, Azure, etc.). Can use databases, views, and stored procedures, and perform queries against data repositories, databases and other data storage technologies. Works within the structure defined by and with instruction by senior staff. After implementing new technology and processes, would develop the corresponding documentation, training and processes needed to maintain platform. Conducts seminars and workshops, and trains users on software applications and related computer operations. Responsible for the identification, documentation and remediation of issues related to system or business processes, enhancements, bugs or new business requirements. Creates and executes test plans and tests according to requirements to ensure solution integrity and quality.

Uses approved project management procedures and processes implemented by the organization to meet the above objectives and provides project updates to the PMO, senior technical staff, stakeholders, IT supervisors and managers as required. Assumes responsibility for the maintenance of relevant project management information, including milestones and deliverables.

Answers user inquiries and assists users in resolving problems. Oversees requests for modifications to hardware and software to maintain responsiveness to user needs and to ensure efficient operation. Evaluates hardware and software needs, recommends and coordinates acquisition of computer equipment, peripherals, communication devices and software.

Other departmental duties as assigned.

Minimum Class Qualifications

Must have valid driver's license with acceptable driving record and show proof of insurance. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or related field with concentration in software applications and management plus two (2) years of related experience. Additional experience may be substituted for academic requirement on a year for year basis. A thorough knowledge of these computer languages, technologies, or operating systems: Microsoft Windows, Active Directory, Content Management Systems, Databases, Reporting/Business Intelligence, Microsoft Office, etc., is essential. OR alternative, equivalent evidence of the Minimum Class Requirements may be substituted for experience required but not for mandated licensure. (Other Evidences May Be Substituted)

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