Job ID :
3076
Company :
Internal Postings
Location :
new york city, NY
Type :
Hire
Duration :
3 Months
Status :
Active
Openings :
1
Posted :
5 years ago
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The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH) Bureau of Environmental Surveillance and Policy (BESP) is seeking a skilled developer to work on its web based data portals. The candidate will be responsible for enhancements to, and the maintenance of, two public facing websites; the Environmental Public Health and Sustainability Tracking Portal (http://nyc.gov/health/trackingportal) and Rat Information Portal (http:nyc.gov/rats).

 

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

•          Develop and maintain ASP.Net web-based application.

•          Take a hands-on role in the development, testing, configuration, implementation, deployment and maintenance of custom web-based data visualization portal.

•          Ensure cross-browser, cross-platform integrity of web applications.

•          Use SQL Server, SQL, Stored procedures to query and manage data

               Unit Testing and documentation

 

Must have proven and successful history of:

 

•          Experience developing web sites and/or data driven applications

                                                                       

•          Experience with Microsoft SQL Server, including strong SQL skills

                                                                       

•          Experience using JavaScript, jQuery, CSS, and HTML

                                                                       

•          Experience with .NET framework and tools

                                                                       

•          Unit testing                                                               

Experience with web data visualization (charting and graphing)                                                                    

 

THE FOLLOWING EXPERIENCE IS DESIRABLE:

           

 

Degree in Computer Science or Information Technology.

                                                                       

Familiarity with public health, statistics, and/or scientific based research.

                                                                       

Knowledge of geospatial concepts and web mapping.