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CONSULTANT PROGRAMMER SERVICES: Office of Chief Medical Examiner, 421 East 26th Street,New York, NY 10016

Due Date:
Tuesday, September 17, 2019 3:00 PM

Job Title:

Office of Chief Medical Examiner, 421 East 26th Street,New York, NY 10016

Scheduled Work Hours:
Full Time - 9 to 5 - 35hrs/wk

Service Scope:
Changes to OCME’s existing application/services layer, presentation layer, and data layer
• Create new web service(s)
• Update existing services
• Utilize existing .NET framework and development tools like Visual Studio
• Create new WSDL
• Creating new database tables
• Updating existing database tables
• Need HTTPs certificate-based authentication for connection outside of OCME’s network
• Implement error handling
• Implement auditing capabilities

Mandatory Skills:
At least 4 years in Object Oriented programming;
• At least 4 years of application development experience with at least 3 years of hands on .Net / C# experience
• At least 4 years working with MS SQL Server 2010+
• Must have experience in designing and building applications using, Web Services, Certificate Based Authentication,
AJAX, JavaScript, HTML and CSS, LINQ and Microsoft Communication Framework, Entity Framework, SOA architecture,
• Must have MS SQL Server experience including experience managing MS SQL Reporting Services and creating stored
procedures, views, and functions
• Must have experience designing user friendly User Interfaces.

Desired Skills:
Previous experience managing IIS server and SSL Certificates preferred
• Previous experience with NYC.ID implementation preferred
• Previous experience with GIS address validation services
• Hands-on experience in Microsoft Visio;
• Strong communication and problem-solving skills;
• Excellent analytic, organization, presentation and facilitation skills;
• Ability to manage multiple tasks under tight deadlines;
• Experience working with technical and non-technical staff;
• Possess outstanding collaboration and team buildin

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