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The Public Safety Programmer will receive functional direction from senior development team members. Anticipated duties include performing analysis, producing a conceptual system design, and implementing one or more Web Services.
The primary focus is to ensure that compliance with the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) is met. Public Safety's Criminal History Record Information System (CHRI) currently has a sex offender component, but a gap exists between what it provides and what is required by SORNA. CHRI utilizes an Oracle database and recently underwent a transition to a Web-based PL/SQL user interface (all except Sex Offender Registry which currently remain in legacy Oracle Forms).
A Sex Offender Registry Tool (SORT), provided by the US Department of Justice is available for us to utilize. SORT utilizes a JDBC connection (Java) and a MySQL database. It also includes a Web Services component as well as mapping (KML). SORT meets all SORNA requirements, but may have additional functionality beyond what is required by SORNA. SORT technical assistance is available to us for a limited period of time.
Our intent is to leverage the existing SORT Web Services to the greatest extent possible and incorporate it into our CHRI system. Analysis will need to be conducted to determine what modifications, if any are needed. We expect this person to take a lead role in this effort (receiving functional direction from our senior staff).
We anticipate this will include documentation regarding the Web Services from analysis/design through implementation, coordinating with technical staff to get the web services in place, and providing a walk through to our staff to help achieve a knowledge transfer so we can provide ongoing support.
While the primary focus will be on Web Services, it is possible we may need technical expertise in other areas (mapping tools, database, etc.) associated with understanding and making the modifications necessary to achieve SORNA compliance.
This person will need to not only have very strong analytical skills, but preferably will be well versed in the key technologies used by SORT (Java) (Web Services) (Mapping) and CHRI (Web-based PL/SQL).
We do not anticipate the Programmer 4 will do any Web-based PL/SQL development, but we do anticipate this person will take a lead role (with functional direction from our senior staff) in implementing SOR web service(s). As such, we need someone with a strong background implementing web-services.
Note: pending the approval of additional funding, this engagement may be extended to provide technical guidance to optimize existing Java Web Services within CHRI.
The Programmer 4 will need to be familiar with a variety of the application technologies, environments, concepts, methodologies, practices, and procedures. This person may be assigned a variety of complex tasks with minimal supervision.
The typical work week for this position will be during normal business hours Monday thru Friday, 8 hours per day. However, this position will not work state holidays.
Years of Relevant Experience: 8-10
Preferred Education: 4 year college degree or equivalent technical study with advanced study preferred.
•Performs detailed analysis
•Identifies and documents system requirements
•Develops conceptual system design
•Provides expertise in one or more database environments.
•Leverages excellent written and verbal communication skills to develop business process and programming solutions as directed by business and technical stakeholders
•Confers with other business and technical personnel to resolve problems of intent, inaccuracy, or feasibility of computer programming
•Utilize deep modeling, design and coding skills (primary focus web services)
•Conduct structured walk-throughs
•Work with users to ensure solutions meet business requirements
•Develops applications systems components based on design specifications
Proficiency Developing and Implementing Web Services
Required 3 Years
Proficiency with Java (J2EE)
Required 3 Years
Proficiency with Oracle databases (preferably 10g or higher)
Required 2 Years
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Familiarity with a wide variety of application technologies/environments
Proven experience conducting analysis and documenting requirements
Experience with web-based PL/SQL (utilizing Oracle Web toolkit)
Highly desired 2 Years
Experience with mapping tools (KML, Google maps, etc)
Experience with Public Safety application systems