* Must be able to pass a state background check.
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts requires the services of 1 Software Engineer 2, hereafter referred to as Candidate(s), who meets the general qualifications of Software Engineer 2, Applications/Software Development and the specifications outlined in this document for the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.
All work products resulting from the project shall be considered “works made for hire” and are the property of the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts and may include pre-selection requirements that potential Vendors (and their Candidates) submit to and satisfy criminal background checks as authorized by Texas law. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts will pay no fees for interviews or discussions, which occur during the process of selecting a Candidate(s).
The Candidate will perform highly advanced design and development work as part of a project team with direction and guidance from Project Manager and Applications Services Management. The Worker must have strong hands-on technical experience with Java and Spring Boot. The primary goal of the worker will be to assist with the implementation, optimization and maintenance of back-end API/Micro Services using Java and Spring Boot.
CPA will require the Candidate to work on the following initiatives and will perform advanced analysis/programming tasks such as:
· Working in large complex environments implementing, reviewing and optimizing API end-points written in Spring Boot and Java.
· Providing technical review of existing API end-points to verify if best practices are being followed.
· Providing guidance and knowledge sharing to existing development staff.
II. CANDIDATE SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
|Minimum Requirements: |
Candidates that do not meet or exceed the minimum stated requirements (skills/experience) will be displayed to customers but may not be chosen for this opportunity.
|7||Required||Experience with full-stack web application development|
|5||Required||Experience with Spring components: Core, Boot, Data, MVC|
|5||Required||Experience with Java development|
|5||Required||Experience with highly complex application security requirements|
|4||Required||Experience implementing API Service architectures (SOAP, REST w/JSON) using Spring Boot for Microservices and Red Hat OpenShift|
|4||Required||Experience with relational database design and modeling with SQL Server and Oracle|
|4||Required||Experience with Git, Bitbucket|
|3||Required||Experience completing system documentation|
|2||Required||Experience with Agile development experience with Scrum, Kanban|
|2||Required||Experience with Enzyme 3.0+|
|4||Preferred||Experience working with enterprise software solutions|
|4||Preferred||Experience with knowledge transfer to team members|
|2||Preferred||Experience with applications deployed on Kubernetes or OpenShift|
|2||Preferred||Public sector experience (Federal, State or Local Government)|
|2||Preferred||Experience with Confluence|
|2||Preferred||Proficient with the Microsoft Office products, including Microsoft Project, Word, Visio, Excel and PowerPoint|
|1||Preferred||Experience with MuleSoft implementation|
III. TERMS OF SERVICE
Services are expected to start 02/16/2021 and are expected to complete by 08/31/2021. Total estimated hours per Candidate shall not exceed 960 hours. This service may be amended, renewed, and/or extended providing both parties agree to do so in writing.
IV. WORK HOURS AND LOCATION
Services shall be provided during normal business hours unless otherwise coordinated through the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. Normal business hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, excluding State holidays when the agency is closed.
The primary work location(s) will be at 111 E 17th Street Austin, Texas 78711.