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PLEASE FOLLOW APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED WITHIN THIS POSTING. Send Resume to: This is a full-time position with the District of Columbia Government. US Citizenship REQUIRED. Introduction This position is located in the District of Columbia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC). The CJCC is an independent agency within the District of Columbia government. The mission of CJCC is to foster change in the justice system, serving as a forum to identify issues and their solutions, proposing actions and facilitating cooperation that will improve public safety and related criminal and juvenile justice services for District of Columbia residents, victims and offenders. This position functions as Information Technology (IT) Specialist (Application Software) and is part of an Enterprise Team, responsible for developing web-based application services for CJCC. As an IT Specialist (APPSW), the work involves translating technical specifications into programming specifications; developing, customizing, or acquiring applications software programs; and testing, debugging, and maintaining software programs. Major Duties Plans and carries out difficult and complex software application projects and serves as sole in-house developer member of team. Develops new concepts, principal's standards and methods to develop appropriate applications to develop, maintain and support CJCC's Integrated Justice Information System (IJIS). Interprets IT policies, standards, and guidelines. Ensures that applications comply with regulatory requirements; and ensues applications are consistent with the current planned infrastructure and data environments. Serves as advisor to CJCC's IT supervisor in coordinating with CJCC partner agencies, and developing upgrade plans for IJIS Web application requirements, maintenance, operations, and support issues; ensure sufficient maintenance, support and troubleshooting. Conducts analyses and recommends resolution of complex issues affecting application software. Analyzes and refines systems requirements; analyzes and diagnoses application problems and recommends corrective measures; and translates systems requirements into application prototypes. Designs, writes, tests, debugs, and maintains software applications that meet technical and functional requirements. Designs and develops efficient and effective allocations through optimal use of reusable components. Monitors systems integration maintenance. Creates appropriate applications files, tables, directories. Installs and tests applications on network. Monitors application performance and identifies application bottlenecks. Interfaces with vendors to resolve system configurations, problems, and other issues. Recommends modification to application design to maintain/improve performance and ensure design is adequately documented. Plans, directs, organizes, analyzes, and evaluates assigned projects. Works with team members to develop plans and schedules, estimate resources requirements, define milestones and deliverables, monitor activities, and evaluate and report on accomplishments. Integrates work with other team members. Remains abreast of developments in local areas networks and related technologies and the extent to which these developments may benefit the District government. Performs other related duties as assigned. Ranking Factors All applicants must respond specifically to the ranking factors shown below. Applications and/or resumes submitted without ranking factor responses will not be considered. Ranking Factor #1: Expert knowledge of and skill in applying applications software development principles and methods sufficient to participate in the design, development, testing, and implementation of new or modified applications software. Ranking Factor #2: Expert knowledge of and skill in analyzing and refining systems requirements; translating systems requirements into applications prototypes; planning and designing systems architecture; evaluating new applications software technologies; and ensuring the rigorous application of information security/information assurance policies, principles, and practices to the delivery of application software services Ranking Factor #3: Expert knowledge in evaluating the approach and design of application infrastructure and assessing new technologies that can be effectively deployed for improved services and cost savings. Ranking Factor #4: Ability to speak and write clearly and effectively and to deal with others in a diplomatic but persuasive manner. Salary Range for the Position: $74,263.00 - $111,395.00 Interested individuals should remit a cover letter, a resume, ranking factor responses and salary history to: Troy Higginbotham Human Resources Specialist DC Department of Human Resources 441 4th Street, NW, Suite 300 South Washington, DC 20001 Or by email. () ONLY INDIVIDUALS WHO MEET MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS WILL BE CONTACTED. The District of Columbia is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with the DC Human Rights Act of 1977, as amended, DC Official Code 2-1401.01

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