Job Description :

Job Title: Dot Net Programmer II (Dev/Analyst - Local Candidates Only)

Location: Atlanta, GA

Duration: 13 Months

Job Description:

Developer/Analysts code, support, and troubleshoot software in use by the Georgia Department of Revenue Processing Center, typically working with both end users and other developers of the DOR Information Technology Division. The Developer/Analyst job description includes coding solutions, modifying current site code, helping troubleshoot and resolving issues, analyzing systems, auditing or verifying data, plus testing and evaluating current or upcoming new systems. They will work with specialized applications or cloud solutions that need to be customized to an organization's unique environment. This includes the scope of gathering and analyzing business needs in relation to the applications and using this analysis to derive the best solution for code development. This role will apply proven coding, communication, analytical, and problem-solving skills to help maximize the benefit of IT system investments, along with a strong desire to learn and grow technically within a small team.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Design, code, test, modify, install, and debug software applications that integrate with bank institution Check21 and Lockbox Processing; including front-end scanning solutions that these applications receive data from.

Research and analyze system problems to create solutions and develop program documentation.

Translate business requirements into development tasks for secure and maintainable code.

Research whether a problem is caused by hardware or software with the use of relational database queries and custom code review.

Answers, evaluates, and prioritizes incoming telephone, voice mail, email, and in-person requests for assistance from users experiencing problems with ITD Processing Center Information Systems.

Interviews users to collect information about problems and leads users through diagnostic procedures to determine source of error.

Contact software and hardware vendors as needed to request service regarding defective products determined to be vendor hardware/software issues.

Proper communication, attention to details, and a willingness to learn new technologies.

Primary work hours will be Monday Friday 7am to 4pm. After hour and weekend support tasks may be needed in application outage situations.

Minimum Requirements:

Candidates must possess a degree in one of the areas below or work 3 to 4 years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience:

Computer Science

Computer/Management Information Systems

Information Technology

Candidates must possess a minimum 3 years of experience in object-oriented development within the system development life cycle with experience coding in the Microsoft .Net Framework. (C#, VB, .Net Core) using Microsoft Visual Studio.

Minimum 3 years of experience with SQL server and/or Oracle databases with proficiency in using SQL, PL/SQL, and T-SQL.

Required/Desired Skills

Skill Matrix

Skill Matrix


Years of Experience

Overall IT Experience

Communication (1 - 10)

Degree in Computer Science/Information Technology/Information Systems

Experience in object-oriented development coding in Microsoft .Net Framework. (C#, VB, .Net Core)

Experience with SQL server and/or Oracle databases with proficiency in using SQL, PL/SQL, and T-SQL.

Candidates must have excellent Communication skills with a foundation on working on detailed oriented tasks.


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