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SAP Developer

6 days ago
$100/hourRemoteSphinix Solutions
Company: State of North Carolina
Rate: $100/Hour
Position Type: Contract
Location: Raleigh, NC (although remote to start, MUST BE LOCAL)
Description:

Seeking a Sr. Developer to be a key resource for analyzing, developing, and supporting applications for our BW Reporting and Enterprise Dashboards in a mature SAP environment.

Environment services over 6,000 users and includes instances ofECC 6.0, BI 7.0, Business Objects, CRM, Enterprise Portal, Solution Manager, GRC, NWCE and PI.
This position plays a key role in establishing, executing and supporting our corporate strategy for SAP development. Maintaining a sound production environment for development initiatives while at the same time participating in multiple projects with varying degrees of complexity is key.
This role requires close collaboration and coordination with the Business departments, SAP Development team, SAP Basis team, SAP Functional team, Network Engineers and Enterprise Architects.

Description (including, but not limited to):
1.Writing custom SAP code using ABAP or JAVAlanguage to satisfy business requirements
2. Establishing SAP software settings to support specific business rules, validations, and default values
3. Long-term support of SAP infrastructure, technologies, and functionality, including services to upgrade system configuration and functionality due to an SAP system or release upgrade
4. Experience with SAP Lumira Designer in creating Enterprise Dashboards and Composites, creating customized CSS for Lumira components and integrating ESRI Maps - 3 years Required
5. Experience with BW/4 HANA, BW on HANA development and support to create Open ODS views, ADSOs, Composite Providers, BW Queries, HANA Calculation Views and HANA Virtual tables - 5 years Required
6. Experience with development and implementation of datasources in SAP ECC and CRM systems using delivered BI content and custom developed ODP and ABAP CDS extractors - 5 years Required
7. Experience with extracting data using HANA SDI, SDA from SQL Server, Oracle, DB2 Mainframe databases and Web Services - 3 years Required
8. Experience with Business Objects Reporting including WEBI, Crystal Reports, Analysis for Office and converting Bex workbooks to Business Objects Reports - 7 years
9. Experience with development and support of SAP Netweaver BW objects such as InfoCubes, DSOs, Infosets, Transformations, Infoobjects, APDs and Analysis Authorizations - 10 years
10. Experience in developing enterprise dashboard using Tableau and SAP Analytics Cloud experience preferred

REQUIRED SKILLSET
  • 10 yearsDevelopment and support of SAP Netweaver BW objects such as InfoCubes, DSOs, Infosets, Transformations, Infoobjects, APDs and Analysis Authorizations
  • 3 yearsSAP Lumira Designer in creating Enterprise Dashboards and Composites, creating customized CSS for Lumira components and integrating ESRI Maps
  • 5 yearsBW/4 HANA, BW on HANA development and support to create Open ODS views, ADSOs, Composite Providers, BW Queries, HANA Calculation Views and HANA Tables
  • 5 yearsDevelopment and implementation of datasources in SAP ECC and CRM systems using delivered BI content and custom developed ODP and ABAP CDS extractors
  • 3 yearsData extracting using HANA SDI, SDA from SQL Server, Oracle, DB2 Mainframe databases and Web Services
  • 7 yearsBusiness Objects Reporting including WEBI, Crystal Reports, Analysis for Office and converting Bex workbooks to Business Objects Reports
  • 1 yearDeveloping enterprise dashboard using Tableau and SAP Analytics Cloud


Remarks:

Sub closes 10/19
***The candidate will work remotely until all staff return to site. At that time the candidate will be expected to work full time onsite. The candidate will need to use his or her own computer until he or she starts working onsite. When the candidate is working full time on site he or she will be given NCDOT equipment.
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Network Engineer - Consultant

1 day ago
RemoteAbacus Service Corporation
Summary Information
Request Type: Contingent 2016
Labor Category: IT
Procurement Type: Contingent Labor
Comments: This is associated with supporting the agency PCI DSS compliance efforts.
Status: Open
Sub Status:
Status Reason:
Submitted: 2/21/2021 8:36:53 PM
Position Information
Qty: 1 Job Class:CL Job Title:Network Engineer - Consultant
Max Days for Receiving Candidates: 8
Desired Start Date: 3/22/2021
Duration: 12+ Months Hrs/Wk:40.00
Work Location: J04 - 2600 BULL ST
User Defined Fields
Remote Work Availability: 0%
Summary Information
Request Type: Contingent 2016
Labor Category: IT
Procurement Type: Contingent Labor
Work Location: J04 - 2600 BULL ST
Comments: This is associated with supporting the agency PCI DSS compliance efforts.
Status: Open
Sub Status:
Submitted: 2/21/2021 8:36:53 PM
Has Assignments: No
Position Information
Position: CL - Network Engineer - Consultant
Position Code: Network Engineer - Consultant
Qty: 1
Max Days for Receiving Candidates: 8
Candidate Submission Limit Per Supplier: 0
Desired Start Date: 3/22/2021
Duration: 12+ Months < 1 Month 1 Month 2 Months 3 Months 4 Months 5 Months 6 Months 7 Months 8 Months 9 Months 10 Months 11 Months 12 Months 12+ Months Other...
Hrs/Wk: 40.00
Comments: This is associated with supporting the agency PCI DSS compliance efforts.
General Information
Job Description:
DAILY DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:
The system engineer will be responsible for managing the discovery, analysis, tracking, and remediation of vulnerabilities across the agency's technology systems.
Responsibilities include:
" Maintain and improve the vulnerability management process.
" Develop solutions and automated methods to reduce manual and repetitive tasks.
" Follow a mature change management process preparing change management requests and presenting requests to the change management board for approval.
" Work closely with key stakeholder groups, including the SOC, to ensure appropriate levels of engagement and focus are maintained.
" Plan and implement technical changes without unexpected disruption to the service and with minimal oversight.
" Create, maintain, and review operational processes and support documentation.
" Adheres to Information Technology application development standards and security requirements.
" Prepare and maintain system documentation and architecture diagrams as assigned.
" Ability to plan, organize, review, implement associated project milestones to completion.
" Requires mastery technical and business knowledge in multiple disciplines/processes.
" Create supporting project and system documentation.
" Provide updates to the Project Team.
" Assist with development of policies and procedures to conform and comply with agency standard cyber security policy design related to information risk management, designation of data as to criticality, confidentiality, and protection. (NIST 800-53, FISMA, SC InfoSec Requirements http://admin.sc.gov/technology/information-security/policies-and-procedures, etc.)
The position will be utilized for 40 hours per week for the duration of this project. The selected candidate should be able to work flexible hours where it may be necessary for work to be completed outside traditional business hours.
The candidate will work closely with the Enterprise Computing Services Team Lead and Section Manager to identify, prioritize, and schedule workload and implementation to IT standards and procedures. The candidate will work closely with customer and subject matter experts for the system design, migration to the new framework, and testing.

This will also include compliance to DHEC security policy/procedures as well as integrating systems when possible to streamline staff workflows, user security, and data correction.

Module support of the project.
" DHEC will require that selected personnel sign the DHEC confidentially agreement and/or Business Associate (BA) agreement if applicable. All web services must be secure.
" DHEC will not accept any offers including an "up-lift charge. The rate paid per consultant must not exceed the maximum rate established for this position described in the State contract terms.
" Contractors must be onsite during each week throughout the term of the contract.
" Follow agency IT Standards, policies, and procedures to include documentation.
" All source code (compiled and un-compiled) will become the sole property of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. Any source code, data, product, or functionality resulting from this SOW or previously owned/developed by DHEC will remain the sole property of DHEC and is not to be incorporated into the core product of any vendor's application. Any modifications and interfaces developed under said contract will be not be used by the contractor for any independent project of the contractor or published or publicized by the contractor without written permission of DHEC.
" DHEC has the final say on all programming choices.

Payment Schedule:
All timesheets shall be entered and approved in a timely manner per State contract terms. The State will not pay any extra costs (i.e. Travel, employee benefits, insurance, room and board, etc.) for temporary employees under this contract.

DHEC Support:
DHEC will provide:
" All required information including formulas, data, and mechanisms to check output.
" Staff to assist with any application or data questions.
" Conference rooms and scheduling for any application demos.
" Workstation and required software.

REQUIRED SKILLS (RANK IN ORDER OF IMPORTANCE):
1. WINDOWS SERVER
2. SECURITY TOOLS ABILITY TO INSTALL AND USER VARIOUS SECURITY TOOLS
3. CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT
4. MICROSOFT ACTIVE DIRECTORY
5. UNDERSTANDING OF COMPUTER AND NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEM FUNDAMENTALS (E.G. OPERATING SYSTEMS, APPLICATIONS, STORAGE, NETWORKING)
6. EXPERIENCE IN PROJECT INVOLVING PCI/NSIT SECURITY IMPLEMENTATIONS AND/OR AUDITS
7. RISK/VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS
8. POWERSHELL
9. ITIL

PREFERRED SKILLS (RANK IN ORDER OF IMPORTANCE):
1. Experience with security and data classification related to CDC, HIPAA, and PCI.
2. GP
3. Knowledge of Information Technology Field, best practices, organization, and operations
4. Experience with SolarWinds
5. Ability to integrate technical systems with agency goals and objectives.
6. Ability to establish positive working relationships with technical staff, customers and others involved in data-centric management.
7. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills
8. Experience working with PCI environments

REQUIRED EDUCATION:
Bachelor's or Master's Degree in a relevant field of work or equivalent work experience.
Rate Details
Rate Card Class: Network Engineer - Consultant - Network Engineer - Consultant
Level: Consultant
Skills
Skills:
Category Name Required Importance Level Last Used Experience
Miscellaneous Configuration management Yes 3 Expert Currently Using 4 - 6 Years
Network Security Experience in projects involving PCI/NIST security implementations and/or audits. Yes 6 Expert Currently Using 4 - 6 Years
Network Security risk/vulnerability assessments Yes 7 Advanced Currently Using 2 - 4 Years
Network Security SECURITY TOOLS Ability to install and use various security tools Yes 2 Advanced Currently Using 4 - 6 Years
Networking & Directories Understanding of computer and network operating system fundamentals (e.g. operating systems, applications, storage, networking) Yes 5 Expert Currently Using 4 - 6 Years
Operating Systems/APIs PowerShell Yes 8 Advanced Currently Using 2 - 4 Years
Operating Systems/APIs Windows Server Yes 1 Expert Currently Using 4 - 6 Years
Software Framwork ITIL Yes 9 Advanced Currently Using 2 - 4 Years
Specialties Microsoft Active Directory Yes 4 Expert Currently Using 4 - 6 Years
Additional Skills: PREFERRED SKILLS (RANK IN ORDER OF IMPORTANCE):
1. Experience with security and data classification related to CDC, HIPAA, and PCI.
2. GP
3. Knowledge of Information Technology Field, best practices, organization, and operations
4. Experience with SolarWinds
5. Ability to integrate technical systems with agency goals and objectives.
6. Ability to establish positive working relationships with technical staff, customers and others involved in data-centric management.
7. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills
8. Experience working with PCI environments
Attachments
Attachments:
Attachment
SCDHEC Confidentiality Agreement
Business Associate Agreement
Drug Free Workplace Affidavit
Request 9734 SOW
Daily Duties / Responsibilities:
The system engineer will be responsible for managing the discovery, analysis, tracking, and remediation of vulnerabilities across the agency's technology systems.
Responsibilities include:
  • Maintain and improve the vulnerability management process.
  • Develop solutions and automated methods to reduce manual and repetitive tasks.
  • Follow a mature change management process preparing change management requests and presenting requests to the change management board for approval.
  • Work closely with key stakeholder groups, including the SOC, to ensure appropriate levels of engagement and focus are maintained.
  • Plan and implement technical changes without unexpected disruption to the service and with minimal oversight.
  • Create, maintain, and review operational processes and support documentation.
  • Adheres to Information Technology application development standards and security requirements.
  • Prepare and maintain system documentation and architecture diagrams as assigned.
  • Ability to plan, organize, review, implement associated project milestones to completion.
  • Requires mastery technical and business knowledge in multiple disciplines/processes.
  • Create supporting project and system documentation.
  • Provide updates to the Project Team.
  • Assist with development of policies and procedures to conform and comply with agency standard cyber security policy design related to information risk management, designation of data as to criticality, confidentiality, and protection. (NIST 800-53, FISMA, SC InfoSec Requirements http://admin.sc.gov/technology/information-security/policies-and-procedures, etc.)
The position will be utilized for 40 hours per week for the duration of this project. The selected candidate should be able to work flexible hours where it may be necessary for work to be completed outside traditional business hours.
The candidate will work closely with the Enterprise Computing Services Team Lead and Section Manager to identify, prioritize, and schedule workload and implementation to IT standards and procedures. The candidate will work closely with customer and subject matter experts for the system design, migration to the new framework, and testing.

This will also include compliance to DHEC security policy/procedures as well as integrating systems when possible to streamline staff workflows, user security, and data correction.

Module support of the project.
  • DHEC will require that selected personnel sign the DHEC confidentially agreement and/or Business Associate (BA) agreement if applicable. All web services must be secure.
  • DHEC will not accept any offers including an "up-lift charge. The rate paid per consultant must not exceed the maximum rate established for this position described in the State contract terms.
  • Contractors must be onsite during each week throughout the term of the contract.
  • Follow agency IT Standards, policies, and procedures to include documentation.
  • All source code (compiled and un-compiled) will become the sole property of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. Any source code, data, product, or functionality resulting from this SOW or previously owned/developed by DHEC will remain the sole property of DHEC and is not to be incorporated into the core product of any vendor's application. Any modifications and interfaces developed under said contract will be not be used by the contractor for any independent project of the contractor or published or publicized by the contractor without written permission of DHEC.
  • DHEC has the final say on all programming choices.
Payment Schedule: All timesheets shall be entered and approved in a timely manner per State contract terms. The State will not pay any extra costs (i.e. Travel, employee benefits, insurance, room and board, etc.) for temporary employees under this contract. DHEC Support: DHEC will provide:
  • All required information including formulas, data, and mechanisms to check output.
  • Staff to assist with any application or data questions.
  • Conference rooms and scheduling for any application demos.
  • Workstation and required software.

Required Skills (rank in order of Importance):
  1. WINDOWS SERVER
  2. Security Tools Ability to install and user various security tools
  3. CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT
  4. MICROSOFT ACTIVE DIRECTORY
  5. Understanding of computer and network operating system fundamentals (e.g. operating systems, applications, storage, networking)
  6. Experience in project involving PCI/NSIT security implementations and/or audits
  7. Risk/vulnerability assessments
  8. Powershell
  9. ITIL
Preferred Skills (rank in order of Importance):
  1. Experience with security and data classification related to CDC, HIPAA, and PCI.
  2. GP
  3. Knowledge of Information Technology Field, best practices, organization, and operations
  4. Experience with SolarWinds
  5. Ability to integrate technical systems with agency goals and objectives.
  6. Ability to establish positive working relationships with technical staff, customers and others involved in data-centric management.
  7. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills
  8. Experience working with PCI environments
Required Education: Bachelor's or Master's Degree in a relevant field of work or equivalent work experience. Required Certifications:
NONE
Interview Process (who will conduct i/v, phone or in-person, how many rounds of i/v's)?

An interview panel will conduct one initial round of in person, video, or phone conference interviews. If no candidate is selected a second round of interviews will be conducted. Potential candidates, not initially selected, will not be disqualified until an offer is made and accepted.


Schedule Interview: (date / times)?

will review resumes once qualified and will schedule in Beeline after review

Full Stack Java Developer

4 days ago
RemoteAbacus Service Corporation
IT STAFFING SERVICES SOLICITATION UNDER
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION RESOURCES
IT STAFF AUGMENTATION CONTRACT (ITSAC)
RFO DIR-CPO-TMP-445

Solicitation Reference Number: 304133170 Working Title: Full Stack Java Developer Title/Level: Software Engineer 2
Category: Applications/Software Development Full Time


I. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts requires the services of 2 Software Engineer 2, hereafter referred to as Candidate(s), who meets the general qualifications of Software Engineer 2, Applications/Software Development and the specifications outlined in this document for the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.

All work products resulting from the project shall be considered "works made for hire " and are the property of the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts and may include pre-selection requirements that potential Vendors (and their Candidates) submit to and satisfy criminal background checks as authorized by Texas law. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts will pay no fees for interviews or discussions, which occur during the process of selecting a Candidate(s).

Project Manager and Applications Services Management. The Candidate must have strong hands-on technical experience with Java (WebSphere) development and proven success architecting, developing and implementing full stack web applications for a large organization. The primary goal of the worker will be to drive, assist and implement web application upgrades.

CPA will require the Candidate to work on the following initiatives and will perform advanced analysis/programming tasks such as:

Participating in all phases of SDLC, including design, software development and code review.

Performing extensive code reviews and analysis.

Writing reports on code analysis to determine if industry standards and best practices are being followed; provide analysis to address found short-comings.

Providing guidance and knowledge sharing to existing development staff.



II. CANDIDATE SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Minimum Requirements:
Candidates that do not meet or exceed the minimum stated requirements (skills/experience) will be displayed to customers but may not be chosen for this opportunity.
Years Required/Preferred Experience
7 Required Experience with full-stack web application development
7 Required Experience with web technologies: HTML, CSS and JavaScript
5 Required Experience with Struts 1.2
5 Required Experience with IBM WebSphere 8.5
5 Required Experience with SQL Server, Oracle
5 Required Experience with highly complex application security requirements
5 Required Experience with code reviews and in-depth code analysis
4 Required Experience with Java 1.7
4 Required Experience with MyBatis
4 Required Experience with JUnit
4 Required Experience with Subversion
4 Required Experience with Git, Bitbucket
3 Required Experience with WCAG 2.0 Standards, 508 Compliance/Web Accessibility
3 Required Experience with JavaScript
3 Required Experience completing system documentation
2 Required Experience with Agile development experience with Scrum, Kanban
5 Preferred Experience working with enterprise software solutions
5 Preferred Experience with Eclipse IDE
2 Preferred Public sector experience (Federal, State or Local Government)
2 Preferred Experience with Confluence
2 Preferred Proficient with the Microsoft Office products, including Outlook, TEAMS, Microsoft Project, Word, Visio, Excel and PowerPoint

III. TERMS OF SERVICE


Services are expected to start 03/15/2021 and are expected to complete by 08/31/2021. Total estimated hours per Candidate shall not exceed 960 hours. This service may be amended, renewed, and/or extended providing both parties agree to do so in writing.
IV. WORK HOURS AND LOCATION


Services shall be provided during normal business hours unless otherwise coordinated through the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. Normal business hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, excluding State holidays when the agency is closed.

The primary work location(s) will be at 111 E 17th Street Austin, Texas 78711. Any and all travel, per diem, parking, and/or living expenses shall be at the Candidate's and/or Vendor's expense. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts will provide pre-approved, written authorization for travel for any services to be performed away from the primary work location(s). Pre-approved travel expenses are limited to the rates and comply with the rules prescribed by the State of Texas for travel by its classified employees, including any requirement for original receipts.

The Candidate(s) may be required to work outside the normal business hours on weekends, evenings and holidays, as requested. Payment for work over 40 hours will be at the hourly rate quoted and must be coordinated and pre-approved through Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.
V. OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Candidate Skills and Qualifications:

Must be able to:

work with Business Customers, Section Managers, Project Managers, Business Analysts and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in a professional and collaborative manner to define strategies and implementation approaches.

perform full-stack development using Java (WebSphere)

write web frontends that meet WCAG 2.0 Standards and 508 Compliance/Web Accessibility requirements

work with relational databases including SQL Server and Oracle.

write T-SQL scripts that store and query relational data including joining and grouping.

perform in-depth code reviews and analysis

write unit tests using JUnit

write automated tests using Selenium

develop processes and procedures for Application Services.

work independently in a team environment with local and remote teams

Must have:

strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.

knowledge of software development methodologies Agile and Scrum

problem-solving skills and ability to multi-task with readiness to put in extra efforts when necessary

Must perform related work as assigned

VI. ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

This is currently a 6-month assignment:

Estimated FY21: 960 hours

Period of Service: 03/15/21 08/31/21

This assignment may be extended based on need and funding. (# of hours may change based on negotiated hourly rate).

This request includes the option for CPA to renew this assignment for the following terms:

FY22 9/1/21 to 8/31/22, FY23 9/1/22 to 8/31/23, FY24 9/1/23 to 8/31/24, FY25 9/01/24 to 8/31/25

Remote Working Requirements: Candidate will work remotely matching the team's working hours and defined CPA working hours which are in the Central time zone. Onsite work may also be required but will be pre-approved by the Project Manager or Direct Supervisor

The Awarded Vendor and Contractor will be required to furnish and adhere to the following:

Terms and Conditions: If selected, the vendor shall be required to sign and adhere to the CPA's Additional T&Cs. The contractor shall be required to sign several security documents and also adhere to CPA's Additional T&Cs.

Background Check: Proof/Receipt that a background check has been performed and passed

Picture ID (Government): Copy of a state Driver's License/ID Card or US Government photo id.

COVID-19 Notification: Onsite instructions for contractors and vendors

The selected contractor(s) will be required to come in person to the LBJ Building to obtain CPA equipment, badge and initial assignments. CPA will not pay or reimburse travel expenses.

Solicitation Reference Number
304133170Edit Solicitation Reference Number
Customer Name
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Category
Applications/Software Development
Customer Entity Name
Comptroller of Public Accounts
Title
Software Engineer
Level
Software Engineer 2
Posted Date
2/27/2021
Estimated Hours
960
SSR Status
Posted
Number of Positions
2
Status
New
# of Resumes Allowed
2
Candidates Submitted
Full/Part Time
Full Time

Software Engineer 2

12 days ago
$101.57/hourGreat rateRemoteAbacus Service Corporation

Solicitation Reference Number : 304133084
Client : Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts :
Applications/Software Development
Title : Software Engineer
Deadline Date : 2/7/2021
Level : Software Engineer 2
Estimated Hours 960
Number of Positions : 1
# of Resumes Allowed : 1
Candidates Submitted
Full/Part Time : Full TimeIT STAFFING SERVICES SOLICITATION UNDER
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION RESOURCES
IT STAFF AUGMENTATION CONTRACT (ITSAC)
RFO DIR-CPO-TMP-445

Solicitation Reference Number: 304133084 Working Title: Core Engineer Title/Level: Software Engineer 2
Category: Applications/Software Development Full Time NTE Rate:$101.57


I. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts requires the services of 1 Software Engineer 2, hereafter referred to as Candidate(s), who meets the general qualifications of Software Engineer 2, Applications/Software Development and the specifications outlined in this document for the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.

All work products resulting from the project shall be considered "works made for hire " and are the property of the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts and may include pre-selection requirements that potential Vendors (and their Candidates) submit to and satisfy criminal background checks as authorized by Texas law. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts will pay no fees for interviews or discussions, which occur during the process of selecting a Candidate(s).

The Candidate will perform highly advanced design and development work as part of a project team with direction and guidance from Project Manager and Applications Services Management. The Worker must have strong hands-on technical experience with Java and Spring Boot. The primary goal of the worker will be to assist with the implementation, optimization and maintenance of back-end API/Micro Services using Java and Spring Boot.

CPA will require the Candidate to work on the following initiatives and will perform advanced analysis/programming tasks such as:

Working in large complex environments implementing, reviewing and optimizing API end-points written in Spring Boot and Java.

Providing technical review of existing API end-points to verify if best practices are being followed.

Providing guidance and knowledge sharing to existing development staff.



II. CANDIDATE SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Minimum Requirements:
Candidates that do not meet or exceed the minimum stated requirements (skills/experience) will be displayed to customers but may not be chosen for this opportunity.
Years Required/Preferred Experience
7 Required Experience with full-stack web application development
5 Required Experience with Spring components: Core, Boot, Data, MVC
5 Required Experience with Java development
5 Required Experience with highly complex application security requirements
4 Required Experience implementing API Service architectures (SOAP, REST w/JSON) using Spring Boot for Microservices and Red Hat OpenShift
4 Required Experience with relational database design and modeling with SQL Server and Oracle
4 Required Experience with Git, Bitbucket
3 Required Experience completing system documentation
2 Required Experience with Agile development experience with Scrum, Kanban
2 Required Experience with Enzyme 3.0+
4 Preferred Experience working with enterprise software solutions
4 Preferred Experience with knowledge transfer to team members
2 Preferred Experience with applications deployed on Kubernetes or OpenShift
2 Preferred Public sector experience (Federal, State or Local Government)
2 Preferred Experience with Confluence
2 Preferred Proficient with the Microsoft Office products, including Microsoft Project, Word, Visio, Excel and PowerPoint
1 Preferred Experience with MuleSoft implementation

III. TERMS OF SERVICE


Services are expected to start 02/16/2021 and are expected to complete by 08/31/2021. Total estimated hours per Candidate shall not exceed 960 hours. This service may be amended, renewed, and/or extended providing both parties agree to do so in writing.
IV. WORK HOURS AND LOCATION


Services shall be provided during normal business hours unless otherwise coordinated through the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. Normal business hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, excluding State holidays when the agency is closed.

The primary work location(s) will be at 111 E 17th Street Austin, Texas 78711. Any and all travel, per diem, parking, and/or living expenses shall be at the Candidate's and/or Vendor's expense. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts will provide pre-approved, written authorization for travel for any services to be performed away from the primary work location(s). Pre-approved travel expenses are limited to the rates and comply with the rules prescribed by the State of Texas for travel by its classified employees, including any requirement for original receipts.

The Candidate(s) may be required to work outside the normal business hours on weekends, evenings and holidays, as requested. Payment for work over 40 hours will be at the hourly rate quoted and must be coordinated and pre-approved through Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.
V. OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Must be able to:

work with Business Customers, Section Managers, Project Managers, Business Analysts and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in a professional and collaborative manner to define strategies and implementation approaches.

debug and optimize existing API end-points written in Sprint Boot and Java.

implement new API end-points written in Spring Boot and Java.

create relational database designs and models using SQL Server and Oracle.

administer and support middleware applications used by Application Services.

work independently in a team environment with local and remote teams

Must possess:

knowledge of API Service architectures (SOAP, REST w/JSON) using Spring Boot for Microservices and Red Hat OpenShift

strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills

knowledge of software development methodologies Agile and Scrum

problem-solving skills and ability to multi-task with readiness to put in extra efforts when necessary

Must perform other related work as assigned

Work Hours: Candidate must be available to work 8 to 5 Central Standard Time Alternative work hours must be pre-approved by the Direct Supervisor

Onsite Requirement: Candidate will be working remotely since all Application Services programmers are teleworking. Onsite work will be very limited and must be pre-approved by the Direct Supervisor


VI. ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

This is currently a 6.5-month assignment:

Estimated FY21: 960+ hours

Period of Service: 02/16/21 08/31/21

This assignment may be extended based on need and funding. (# of hours may change based on negotiated hourly rate).

This request includes the option for CPA to renew this assignment for the following terms:

FY22 9/1/21 to 8/31/22, FY23 9/1/22 to 8/31/23, FY24 9/1/23 to 8/31/24

The Awarded Vendor and Contractor will be required to furnish and adhere to the following:

Terms and Conditions: If selected, the vendor shall be required to sign and adhere to the CPA's Additional T&Cs. The contractor shall be required to sign several security documents and also adhere to CPA's Additional T&Cs.

Background Check: Proof/Receipt that a background check has been performed and passed

Picture ID (Government): Copy of a state Driver's License/ID Card or US Government photo id.

COVID-19 Notification: Onsite instructions for contractors and vendors

The Awarded Candidate will be required to come to the LBJ Building (in person) to pick up the state issued laptop/equipment.


VII. RIGHT TO AMEND OR WITHDRAW SOLICITATION

DIR reserves the right to alter, amend or modify any provisions of this solicitation, or to withdraw this solicitation, at any time prior to the award of a Work Order pursuant hereto, if it is determined by DIR to be in the best interest of the State to do so.
VIII. RESPONSE DEADLINE

Vendor shall respond via the ITSAC Portal with proposed candidate resumes and the response must be received by 02/07/2021 @ 5:00 PM (CT).
IX. EVALUATION OF RESPONSES
  1. Response must be submitted into the ITSAC Portal by the response deadline listed in Section VIII of this solicitation. Failure to do so will result in disqualification of the response.
  2. Vendor hereby represents to DIR they are registered as a Texas Vendor, with all necessary Texas taxpayer identification numbers with the Comptroller of Public Accounts and be in good standing with that office, and otherwise be authorized to do business with the State of Texas.
  3. Form D (Right to Represent) - a Candidate whose name and Form D is submitted by more than one vendor for the same opportunity may be considered by the Customer. The Customer, at its discretion, may hire a Candidate submitted by multiple Vendors.
  4. Vendors may not submit resumes outside of the process for solicitations. (Appendix A, Section 11. C).
  5. Vendor is prohibited from contacting a Customer to discuss an "open competitive solicitation during the Work Order Solicitation; however, Vendor is allowed to market their business to Customers. (Appendix A, Section 13. 3)
  6. Vendor is prohibited from submitting a substitute candidate during the interview process if the original candidate is no longer available. Vendor may offer a replacement candidate, if the Purchase Order (PO) has been issued and the original candidate is no longer available. (Appendix A, Section 11. E).
  7. The Vendor and/or its subcontractors, if any, shall certify that they are not suspended or debarred from doing business with the federal government as listed in the Excluded Parties List System (EPLS) maintained by the General Services Administration, and (x) as of the effective date of the Contract, are not listed in the prohibited vendors list authorized by Executive Order #13224, "Blocking Property and Prohibiting Transactions with Persons Who Commit, Threaten to Commit, or Support Terrorism, " published by the United States Department of the Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control. DIR will verify EPLS status via the TPASS web site. Vendors listed on the prohibited vendors list will result in disqualification of the entire response.
A. Candidate resumes and references from the responses shall be made available for download in the ITSAC portal to the Customer. The determination of candidates to be interviewed and the final award shall be made by the Customer. For Texas State Agency customers, WorkQuest resumes must be reviewed and a determination made to either select the WorkQuest candidate or reject the WorkQuest candidate and report this decision on the Agency's State Use Report per Texas State Use Act, Chapter 122, Texas Human Resources Code.

Senior Web Developer 2

16 days ago
RemoteAbacus Service Corporation
Customer Name : Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Category : Web Development
Customer Entity Name : Comptroller of Public Accounts
Title : Senior Web Developer
Deadline Date : 1/10/2021
Posted Date : 1/5/2021
Estimated Hours : 1,120
Number of Positions : 1
New# of Resumes Allowed : 2
Full/Part Time : Full Time

IT STAFFING SERVICES SOLICITATION UNDER
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION RESOURCES
IT STAFF AUGMENTATION CONTRACT (ITSAC)
RFO DIR-CPO-TMP-445
Solicitation Reference Number: 304133015 Working Title: Sr React Web Developer Title/Level: Senior Web Developer 2
Category: Web Development Full Time


I. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts requires the services of 1 Senior Web Developer 2, hereafter referred to as Candidate(s), who meets the general qualifications of Senior Web Developer 2, Web Development and the specifications outlined in this document for the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.

All work products resulting from the project shall be considered "works made for hire " and are the property of the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts and may include pre-selection requirements that potential Vendors (and their Candidates) submit to and satisfy criminal background checks as authorized by Texas law. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts will pay no fees for interviews or discussions, which occur during the process of selecting a Candidate(s).

The Worker will perform highly advanced design and development work as part of a project team with direction and guidance from Project Manager and Applications Services Management. The Worker must have strong hands-on technical experience with React.JS development and proven success architecting, developing and implementing full stack web applications for a large organization. The primary goal of the worker will be to drive, assist and implement web application upgrades.

CPA will require the Worker to work on the following initiatives and will perform advanced analysis/programming tasks such as:

Participating in all phases of SDLC, including design, software development and code review.

Performing extensive code reviews and analysis.

Writing reports on code analysis to determine if industry standards and best practices are being followed; provide analysis to address found short-comings.

Providing guidance and knowledge sharing to existing development staff.



II. CANDIDATE SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Minimum Requirements:
Candidates that do not meet or exceed the minimum stated requirements (skills/experience) will be displayed to customers but may not be chosen for this opportunity.
Years Required/Preferred Experience
7 Required Experience with full-stack web application development
7 Required Experience with web technologies: HTML, CSS and JavaScript
5 Required Experience with React.js
5 Required Experience with Redux
5 Required Experience with NodeJS
5 Required Experience with Esri ArcGIS
5 Required Experience with SQL Server, Oracle
5 Required Experience with writing RESTful interfaces
5 Required Experience with highly complex application security requirements
5 Required Experience with code reviews and in-depth code analysis
4 Required Experience with Jest and Selenium
4 Required Experience with Webpack
4 Required Experience with JavaScript ECMAScript 6
4 Required Experience with Docker containers
4 Required Experience with Git, Bitbucket
3 Required Experience with WCAG 2.0 Standards, 508 Compliance/Web Accessibility
3 Required Experience completing system documentation
2 Required Experience with Enzyme 3.0+
2 Required Experience with Agile development experience with Scrum, Kanban
5 Preferred Experience working with enterprise software solutions
3 Preferred Experience with knowledge transfer to junior level web developers
2 Preferred Public sector experience (Federal, State or Local Government)
2 Preferred Experience with Confluence
2 Preferred Proficient with the Microsoft Office products, including Outlook, TEAMS, Microsoft Project, Word, Visio, Excel and PowerPoint
1 Preferred Experience with MuleSoft API development

III. TERMS OF SERVICE


Services are expected to start 02/01/2021 and are expected to complete by 08/31/2021. Total estimated hours per Candidate shall not exceed 1120 hours. This service may be amended, renewed, and/or extended providing both parties agree to do so in writing.
IV. WORK HOURS AND LOCATION


Services shall be provided during normal business hours unless otherwise coordinated through the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. Normal business hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, excluding State holidays when the agency is closed.

The primary work location(s) will be at 111 E. 17th Street LBJ Building Austin, Texas 78744. Any and all travel, per diem, parking, and/or living expenses shall be at the Candidate's and/or Vendor's expense. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts will provide pre-approved, written authorization for travel for any services to be performed away from the primary work location(s). Pre-approved travel expenses are limited to the rates and comply with the rules prescribed by the State of Texas for travel by its classified employees, including any requirement for original receipts.

The Candidate(s) may be required to work outside the normal business hours on weekends, evenings and holidays, as requested. Payment for work over 40 hours will be at the hourly rate quoted and must be coordinated and pre-approved through Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.
V. OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Worker Skills and Qualifications:

Must be able to:

work with Business Customers, Section Managers, Project Managers, Business Analysts and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in a professional and collaborative manner to define strategies and implementation approaches.

perform full-stack development using React.JS

write web frontends that meet WCAG 2.0 Standards and 508 Compliance/Web Accessibility requirements

write web-based applications using web mapping technologies (Esri ArcGIS)

work with relational databases including SQL Server and Oracle.

write T-SQL scripts that store and query relational data including joining and grouping.

perform in-depth code reviews and analysis

write unit tests using Jest, Enzyme

write automated tests using Selenium

write Webpack configuration files

possess strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.

develop processes and procedures for Application Services.

work independently in a team environment with local and remote teams

Must have:

knowledge of software development methodologies Agile and Scrum

problem-solving skills and ability to multi-task with readiness to put in extra efforts when necessary

Must perform related work as assigned


VI. ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Estimated FY21: 1120+ hours

Period of Service: 02/01/21 08/31/21

This assignment may be extended based on need and funding. (# of hours may change based on negotiated hourly rate).

This request includes the option for CPA to renew this assignment for the following terms:

FY22 9/1/21 to 8/31/22, FY23 9/1/22 to 8/31/23, FY24 9/1/23 to 8/31/24

Onsite Requirements: Worker will work remotely with the team. Onsite work may also be required but will be pre-approved by the Project Manager or Direct Supervisor

The Awarded Vendor and Contractor will be required to furnish and adhere to the following:

Terms and Conditions: If selected, the vendor shall be required to sign and adhere to the CPA's Additional T&Cs. The contractor shall be required to sign several security documents and also adhere to CPA's Additional T&Cs.

Background Check: Proof/Receipt that a background check has been performed and passed

Picture ID (Government): Copy of a state Driver's License/ID Card or US Government photo id.

COVID-19 Notification: Onsite instructions for contractors and vendors

The selected contractor(s) will be required to come in person to the LBJ Building to obtain CPA equipment, badge and initial assignments. CPA will not pay or reimburse travel expenses.