Job ID :
590
Company :
State of NC
Location :
raleigh, NC
Type :
Hire
Duration :
Long Term
Status :
Active
Openings :
1
Posted :
6 years ago
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The North Carolina Statewide Warrant Repository project (NCAWARE) and the eCitation project are tasked with developing a MQ interface to allow eCitation to handle arrestable offenses and to transmit the associated citation data to populate a temporary Magistrate’s Order based on a Citation.  The project will encompass analysis, design, and development of both eCitation and NCAWARE code to handle the creation of temporary processes based on an arrest by citation.

 

Description of Work

 

This position serves as a senior analyst/programmer and performs technical analysis, design, and coding of associated Java modules. This position must interact with analysts and programmers assigned to both projects. The individual must have the ability to communicate effectively in oral or written form and the ability to establish and maintain a good working relationship within and outside the development teams. Expertise in the coding of criminal justice applications is highly desirable.  Responsibilities will include the following:

 

•    Analysis and design of relational data to be captured and stored for arrestable offenses

•    Coding of data access objects

•    Technical design of messaging interface and XML Schema

•    Unit testing and integrated testing of all coded classes

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

 

Required Skills: J2EE

Spring

SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) MQ messaging

XML Schema

SQL

 

 

Desired Skills: Struts 1.0

  

Training and Experience

 

Eight years of progressive analyst/programmer experience working with large-scale, complex on-line systems, including at least two years as a senior developer on a large-scale web based project.

 Work Location: 901 Corporate Center Drive, Raleigh NC

 Work Schedule: Monday – Friday, 40 hours per week, excluding state holidays