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Web Applications Programmer/ Developer

Washington, D.C. · Information Technology
C&C International Recruitment Accepting Resumes For:

Web Applications Programmer/ Developer
Litigation Support Services
U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division
Washington, D.C. 20036
 
**Candidate should have strong editing background and ability to work with multiple groups across the division.

**This is NOT a graphic / video game developer position.
 
This is a temporary to permanent hire contract position with a pay rate of $ 45.70 an hour. 

Pay rate  determined using information from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for the Washington D.C. area and federal contract position descriptions and requirements. 
 
No travel required for this position.
 
Period of Performance:
 
Monday through Friday, eight (8) hour work schedule, day time office hours
 
Requested Resume Format:
 
  •  A one-paragraph overview highlighting qualifications for the position, software certifications, and education.
  •  Resume for each person in MS Word format, over all 1” margins, 10-pitch font, maximum 3 pages 
  •  Email resumes in the above format to recruiting@ccintercomputers.com.  Resumes received in other than MS Word format may not be considered.
 
Special Requirements:
 
-  Must be a U.S. Citizen
-  Must be able to obtain a U.S. government Public Trust security clearance
(active security clearance preferred)
 
Qualifications:

At least three (3) years of experience of substantial, hands-on, successful experience in actually doing the work on the systems being used such as Windows, Mac, UNIX, Oracle Internet Developer Suite, Relativity, and web-based interface
Four (4) years experience of PL/SQL and SQL; extensive experience writing stored procedures, functions, packages and triggers for both platforms
-  Experience in HTML, ASP.Net, C# aka (C sharp), JavaScript, XML, and ASP technologies platforms
-  Coding Web Applications
-  Hands on experience in Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) for databases in Oracle 12c and SQL Server 2016
-  Candidate must have strong working knowledge of migration from Oracle to SQL Server, which include database schemas conversion, data conversion and data migration
-  Experience with data migration and creating schemas; strong T-SQL knowledge; thorough understanding of end-to-end data conversion/ migration concepts
-  Be able to advise on options, risks, and any impacts related to data conversion & migration; knowledge of Oracle and PL/SQL scripting, databases, data structures, and data types/formation
-  Data migration activities to include end-to-end data migration activities such as: data analysis, mapping, writing extraction logic and data quality & validation processes to ensure the successful migration of data from Oracle to SQL Server 2016
 
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