Job Description

Ref No.:18-00392
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Early Intervention provides family-centered services to help children (0-3 years) who qualify to develop the skills they will need to continue to grow into happy and healthy members of the community. The Early Intervention application team is in need of an Application Developer to support the daily operations of this program.

Key Responsibilites:
  • Understand the business requirements and look for ways to optimize the database management processes, monthly and hoc reports, and toold sets established to support the EI program.
  • Assess existing program and data management processes and identify potential efficiency upgrades, such a translating SQL scripts into stored procedures and converting standalone MS Access applications into web application.
  • Develop SSRS reports in SQL Server 2014 and queries as needed and make recommendations for streamlining/automating existing reporting processes.
  • Execute legacy SQL scripts to upload, analyze, and validate data submitted by the EI programs.
  • Participate in troubleshooting system issues and data problems as needed.
  • Prepare documentation of existing functions and any approved enhancements.
  • Provide support during the design, development, testing and migration phases as we move from the current legacy processes to web-based application environment.
  • Assist with data migration activities to move legacy data to the future web-based system when it is available.
  • Perform other miscellaneous operational activities as required.
Technical Skills:
  • 3+ years of hands-on experience in building or maintaining applications on .NET/IIS platform.
  • 3+ years of experience in Microsoft SQT Server 2014+, SSRS, SSIS, XML, Visual Studio, TFS/source control, JavaScript, stored procedures, etc. preferred.
  • Full systems life cycle experience: gathering requirements, system and application design, hands-on development, testing, and implementation.
  • Experience on a development team in the deployment of both large and small applications.
  • Understanding of integration architecture, service oriented architecture (SOA), and messaging.
  • Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal skills.
  • Undergraduate degree or higher in a related field preferred.

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