PROGRAMMER/ANALYST 4

State of Tennessee

Nashville, TN

Government


Position Description / Responsibilities

Reports To:

Robert Lewis     

Location:    

Tennessee Department of Education

710 James Robertson Parkway   

Nashville, TN 37243  

Position Description:     

As a Programmer/Analyst 4 you will build, test, and deploy innovative software. The team is small which means your contributions will have a big impact on any given project’s success. Your work will be mostly back end and middle tier development. May serve as a technical lead and mentor other developers. Expected to attend daily stand-ups and working remote is not an option.

  We are looking for an ambitious problem-solver who values learning, keeps current on technology trends, and enjoys the accountability that is expected from team members.   

Specific Position Responsibilities:

·        Participate in daily standups

·        Develop new software products from the ground up, while working closely with company stakeholders

·        Identify, research, and present new solutions to old problems as technology and opportunity arises

·        Provide ongoing maintenance, support and enhancements in existing systems and platforms.

·        Provide recommendations for continuous improvement.

·        Work alongside other engineers on the team to elevate technology and consistently apply best practices.

 


Position Requirements

Qualifications:  

Successful candidate will exhibit the following:

·        Will learn whatever is necessary to get the job done

·        Will write clean, elegant, simple, testable code

·        Will commit often, perfect later, push once

·        Will take pride in their work

·        Will be passionate about software development

·        Will want to work with others who do the same

·        Will prefer an agile software development lifecycle

·        Will have a solid understanding of good software development principles, code quality, code smells, and design patterns

·        Has clear and concise communication skills and advanced level of English.     

Experience with or willingness to learn the following:

·        .NET Core 1.0 & 2.0

·        ASP.NET core, LINQ, JavaScript, MVC

·        Entity Framework Core 2.0

·        Exposure to the Apache stack (Kafka, Spark, etc...) is ideal, but not required.

·        Extensive cloud experience preferably in Microsoft Azure.

·        Experience utilizing container based delivery strategies (Docker, Kubernetes).

·        Solid grasp of an APM tool such as New Relic, Application Insights etc.

·        Understanding of the SDLC and Agile development methodology

·        Experience with git, VSTS, Continuous Integration, and optionally continuous delivery mechanisms.

·        NoSQL experience Couchbase, Redis, Mongo, Dynamo

·        RDBMS experience (Postgres, MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle)

·        Demonstrable micro-service/SOA design and implementation experience.

·        Understanding of service topology, protocol, security and discovery (SOAP, REST)

·        Understanding of multi-threaded and concurrent programming techniques.

·        Understanding of enterprise level software design patterns.

·        5-7 years as a .NET focused software engineer.

·        Bachelor's degree preferred or equivalent experience at an enterprise level.

Salary and Benefits:  

Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications. In addition, a comprehensive benefits package is included.   


Pursuant to the State of Tennessee's policy of non-discrimination, the Tennessee Department of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, age, disability, or military services in its policies, or in the admission of, access to, treatment, or employment in its programs, services, or activities.

 

 

 


Application Instructions

To Apply:   

Please e-mail a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references to Darnell.Billups@tn.gov. Applications will be accepted through November 1, 2018.

 

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