Solicitation Closes 8/13/14
QAT Global, a long-term partner with the State of Nevada , is seeking a highly skilled Sr. Java Developer for a modernization project for the Department of Education in Carson City, NV.
DETR is currently working on several federal grant and agency related projects to enhance business processing. Program areas impacted include a data collection, reporting and case management tool to deliver comprehensive employment and training services to Nevada’s businesses and workers; integration of agency data with the Nevada Department of Education for cross-referencing and data mining purposes; a rewrite of the State Directory of New Hire to better integrate new hire data with DETR’s UI modernization initiative, and migration of several minor internal ADABAS/NATURAL applications to JAVA. Employment Service programs offer job placement and training opportunities that assist businesses in meeting their employment needs and job seekers in returning to work through the state’s workforce investment system.
Final results of these tasks include completing state and federal reporting requirements, providing a seamless transition (data conversion) from old to new solutions, and interfacing with existing dependent programs as identified.
Additionally, DETR is in its final phase to modernize its Unemployment Insurance (UI) automation systems and improve its UI program services. Project objectives include reduce manual UI program effort and inefficiencies, facilitate compliance with Federal and State UI laws and regulations, and introduce newer UI technologies.
DETR’s primary UI modernization vendor, which was selected via a formal RFP process, completed Phase I of the project and is nearing completion of Phase II. The project is a J2EE, JAVA, JSP and Oracle environment with additional third-party tools to support automated correspondence generation and document imaging. Essential State work for the project is being completed via State employees augmented with contract resources. State project tasks include legacy data conversion, reporting, system interfacing, training and training material preparation, desk procedure development and documentation, system design and documentation, and other project artifacts that will be produced throughout the project. The approved improvements include interfaces to other agencies and federal entities to cross-validate UI eligibility, specific interfaces to federal programs including SIDES and UC TOP to avoid and reduce improper payments, and an upgrade and expansion of reemployment assessment functions. Sr. Programmers will assist the State in completing requirement definition, program code development, preparation of system documentation and test case scenarios, and final training and implementation for State project tasks.
- Consultants must perform all activities to the agreed upon project plan/schedule. DETR has several projects underway at the same time and as a result consultants may be interchanged between each project as needed.
- Assist DETR in analyzing and implementing project requirements and other project content.
- Assist DETR in implementing federally mandated and state required interfaces and system enhancements.
- Design and develop data extract programs for converting legacy data into new applications and databases.
- Identify and document system requirements.
- Design, code and test program code.
- Prepare documentation for developed code.
- Prepare and document system testing and user training materials.
- Design, develop and test correspondence templates.
- Help identify, analyze, develop and verify required technical content and materials for new desk procedures, training materials, system documentation, project work products, and deliverables.
- Provide task status information including tasks completed, issues, barriers, upcoming tasks, etc.
QAT Global provides a competitive benefits package to include Medical, Dental, 401k with Match, Long and short-term disability and Life Insurance.
Please send your resume to email@example.com to begin the application process.