Application Developer Level 3 - Secret Clearance

Company Name:
RCJ Consulting,LLC
Application Developer III - Active Secret Clearance or Top Secret Clearance

Candidate must have a minimum of six years of experience in software development.
Designs, develops, enhances, debugs, and implements software.
Knowledge of programming languages such as C# and VB.Net, ASP.NET, MVC is required.
Troubleshoots production problems related to software applications.
Ensures compliance with Department of State's IT security standards.
Researches, tests, builds, and integrates enhancements or new products based on client requirements.
Coordinates conversion and/or integration projects.
Designs and develops new major software products or major enhancements to existing software.
Prepares and provides software-related documentation.
Provides status reports for ongoing work.
Working knowledge of MS Teams Foundation Server
Front-end development for mobile friendly web applications using Twitter BootStrap
Coordinates and addresses problems of systems integration, compatibility, and multiple platforms
Consults with project teams and end users to identify application requirements.
Assists in the evaluation and recommendation of application software packages, application integration and testing tools.
Acts as team leader on projects.
Instructs, assigns, directs, and checks the work of other software developers on development team.
Facilitates change control, problem management, and communication among programmers and analysts.
Possesses and applies expertise on multiple complex work assignments
Candidate must have a minimum of six years of experience in software development.

Began testing on FSI's first application to the Amazon Cloud
- Completed working on Director's Newsletter
- Assisted FSI Web Help Desk email responses and trouble shooting
- Continued to support TFS for the team with merges and permissions
- Completed building a session time out alert control
- Continued Maintenance on TC
- Updated TC code for SLS Release
- Completed Visual Studio 2013 for the team"


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