Junior Computer Programmer/Analyst (IS Analyst/Engineer I) Office of Information Systems (OIS) Office of Operations and Support Services (OOSS)
Maryland General Assembly Junior Computer Programmer/Analyst (IS Analyst/Engineer I) Office of Information Systems (OIS) Office of Operations and Support Services (OOSS) MARYLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY DEPARTMENT OF LEGISLATIVE SERVICES RECRUITMENT NOTICE
Position: Junior Computer Programmer/Analyst (IS Analyst/Engineer I) Office of Information Systems (OIS) Office of Operations and Support Services (OOSS)
Salary: $55,000 - $75,000
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Team Member Benefits: Click Here to Learn More Position Summary: The Junior Computer Programmer/Analyst is responsible for developing, modifying, and maintaining assigned Maryland General Assembly (MGA) and Department of Legislative Services (DLS) programs. Junior programmer/analysts will confirm that the programs and software are functioning properly by running appropriate software tests. This position is a part of the Office of Information Systems.
Principal Duties: • Performs programmer/analyst duties under the supervision of project leaders and/or mentors. • Develops, modifies, maintains, and supports assigned MGA and DLS programs and users. • Confirms proper program operation by conducting appropriate software tests. The IS Analyst/Engineer must possess a sound working knowledge for several of the following: • .Net languages, including VB.Net and ASP.Net • Strong skills in WEB application development. • Database design, development, and enhancement, preferably with MS SQL Server. • Document management software • Mobile technology • Familiarity with audio/visual technologies Development environment: VB.net/C#, MS SQL Server, and MS Office.
Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or related field; experience in client server, web, and mobile technology development in Microsoft Windows environment.
The cover letter should state the reasons for interest in the position, any relevant experience, and availability to begin work. The Department of Legislative Services is an equal employment opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment in a manner that violates law, regulation, or legislative policy.