Call us! 713-357-9565
Location: Houston, TX
Post Date: January 1
Employment Type: IT Contract
Reference Code: #5556
THIS ROLE IS IN NORTH HOUSTON
Successful candidate must be able to work with stakeholders from all business units and related third parties to define and document business processes and software requirements for technology initiatives, including online products, and business information systems. They must be able to evaluate potential software solutions, including off-the-shelf and open source components, and the system architecture to ensure that they meet business requirements. Create functional requirements and verify with the user representatives/stakeholders that use cases accurately portray specific business needs.
In addition to gathering business requirements, this candidate will be responsible for designing, coding and modifying websites/applications from layout to function, according to user’s specifications. Strive to create visually appealing sites that feature user-friendly design and clear navigation.
This position requires constant communication with colleagues. Experience in planning and delivering software platforms used across multiple products and organizational units.
This position reports to IT Management, and has regular exposure to business stakeholders and executive management. <== this must be demonstrated in resume for consideration.
BootstrapJS version 3, SSRS, SQL/T-SQL strong WEB Development dev with C# framework 4.6 - MVC 6, Entity framework 6.0 for ORM (object relational mapping) and reasonable backend skills in SQL Server 2012/R2 or 2014 (nice to have) in creating tables, stored procedures, triggers, etc., (heavy developer WebForms rather than WinForms) - RestFUL API backend w. SQL Server 2014 (virtual).
Again, as noted above, this person MUST have experience in a capacity where they're working heavily with end users to collect requirements for teammates. They should be able to put together use cases and document in a UML design doc, or similar. A large part of the role is in a BA capacity (functional) - They do not use an iterative dev model yet (Agile) but they're moving in that direction soon. Kind of hybrid Agile/Waterfall, if you will.