.NET with FileNet Developer

Tallahassee, Florida, United States | FLDFS | Full-time




  • Experience creating documentation (e.g. system, program, user, technical);
  • Experience developing business requirements that drive the analysis and design of quality technical solutions;
  • Experience in development of new code;
  • Experience participating in component and data architecture design, performance monitoring, product evaluation and buy vs. build recommendations;
  • Experience in systems analysis, design and an understanding of development, quality assurance and integration methodologies;
  • Experience developing database driven applications in a Microsoft Visual Studio.Net environment with C#, VB6, VB.NET, ASP, and Oracle 10g;
  • Experience using Microsoft SQL Server through 2008 and Oracle 10g;
  • Experience using Microsoft Visual Source Safe and Team Foundation Server (TFS);
  • Experience using object-oriented development techniques;
  • Experience using 3-tier logical/physical architected applications;
  • Experience using Control-M, IBM FileNet P8 platform, and Windows Task Scheduler;
  • Ability to communicate effectively (verbally and in writing) with technical and Department staff;
  • Programming and systems analysis experience (preferred);
  • Experience working in an intermediate professional level role (preferred);
  • Experience developing solutions requiring analysis and research (preferred);
  • Experience working on small to large, complex projects that require skill in multiple technical environments and in a specific business area (preferred);
  • Experience working on one or more projects as a project team member or as a project lead (preferred);
  • Experience with the Department’s e-Commerce Broker financial system (preferred);
  • Experience with DFS security and information technology related procedures (preferred);
  • Experience using Crystal Reports Server and Windows Script File (WSF) (preferred);
  • Experience using the Department’s licensing systems (AALF, ALIS, DICE, FCDICE, FACS-DICE, ANDI, eAppoint, NFTI Systems, e-Commerce Broker) (preferred);
  • Experience developing applications for the Department’s, Office of Information Technology (preferred);
  • Experience applying BPA methodology (preferred).


Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:


  • Develop a study which includes options and recommendations for an enterprise replacement strategy with a specific focus on service-oriented architecture and cloud integration;
  • Develop technical documentation assessing the current state for each of the applications, including:
  • Application network and software environment and configuration;
  • Major functionality;
  • Business rules and processes;
  • Calculations;
  • Output and reports;
  • Assumptions, limitations, and dependencies;
  • Integration specifications;
  • Security protocols;
  • Data management with all inputs and outputs;
  • Review the current application code structure to determine issues with the application code;
  • Identify costs associated with IT Debt and Technical Debt;
  • Make recommendations regarding the development of new code or reuse of existing code;

Participate in component and data architecture design, performance monitoring, product evaluation, and buy-versus-build recommendations.