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Job Title: Application Developer DOH7929
Job Number: DOH7929
Organization: Dept. of Health
Posted: 2/20/2024
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Information Systems
Industry: Government
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Tumwater,     
Compensation: $79,296.00 - $106,644.00 Annually
Position Description: Join our dynamic Office of Innovation and Technology (OIT) team as an Application Developer!

You'll play a crucial role in revolutionizing public health systems. In this position, you'll spearhead the implementation and management of cutting-edge systems pivotal for COVID-19 vaccine and care coordination, alongside other essential administrative public health initiatives. Your impact will resonate not only within the department but also across the state and at the federal level, reaching diverse stakeholders such as Local Health Jurisdictions, laboratories, hospitals, clinics, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

As a key member of our team, you'll collaborate with various vendors and state agencies, leveraging your technical prowess to navigate complex challenges. Your primary focus will be on managing applications using a versatile platform of technologies, tailored to meet the evolving needs of DOH. With a keen eye on security and stability, you'll ensure that our applications adhere to stringent state and federal standards. Drawing from your expertise in application development, data management, and system administration, you'll craft innovative solutions to address intricate business requirements, ultimately driving forward our mission to enhance public health outcomes statewide.


Required Qualifications and Experience: Required experience must be progressive, professional, and gained from full-time equivalent work. Experience can substitute for education on a year for year basis.

Education and/or professional experience in at least one of the following IT disciplines: consulting, analyzing, designing, programming, or installing and/or maintaining computer software applications as outlined in the following options: Option 1: Eight (8) years of professional experience. Option 2: Associate’s degree or higher in Information Technology program or a closely related field AND six (6) years of professional experience Option 3: A Bachelor’s degree or higher in Information Technology program or a closely related field AND four (4) years of professional experience.

At least five (5) years of experience in the software development field performing the following functions: Developing enterprise class, highly secure, and object-oriented web-based application system. Experience with integration technologies - API, Restful services, SFTP, etc. Experience with programming technologies such as .NET (ASP.Net, MVC, Core), Java/JSP, XML/JSON, React.js, Angular, CSS, JavaScript, HTML, Ajax, jQuery, etc. Experience with Agile development and methodologies such as Scrum and Kanban Experience clearly communicating concepts and ideas to a variety of audiences both verbally and in writing. Demonstrated experience comprehending every aspect of a technical solution. Experience managing multiple deadlines or projects in a fast-paced, matrixed, enterprise or similar environment.

Organization Description: OIT (One Incredible Team!)

In the Executive Office of Innovation and Technology (OIT), we’re on a mission to unleash the potential of technology, innovation, data, and informatics for the DOH. We believe in the power of every team member. We're not just a workplace; we're a thriving ecosystem that nurtures individual growth and collective success. As a strategic partner to DOH employees, we cultivate a culture of curiosity, ingenuity, critical thinking, and data-driven decision-making. Our shared goal? Making optimal health a reality for every single person in Washington.

Within OIT, the Center for Technology Operations is dedicated to offering public health IT services that span a broad range of enterprise support. Our expertise encompasses areas such as infrastructure operations, application development, data management, and beyond. Our mission is to deliver top-tier services meticulously tailored to cater to both the immediate and evolving needs of our partners. These partners include agency staff, public health associates, and the broader public community.

Closing Date: 5/20/2024
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Shawnelle Goalder,  Application Developer DOH7929
Contact Location: 101 Israel Rd SE
Twn Cntr 1
Tumwater    98513
United States
Contact Location: 101 Israel Rd SE
  Twn Cntr 1
  Tumwater    98513
  United States
Contact Phone: 3607426986 
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Contact Email:
Web Address: 101 Israel Rd SE
How to Apply: ton/doh/jobs/4398138/application-developer- doh7929?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

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