$100k-Project Manager/Senior .Net Developer position in Washington DC
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**US Citizen or Permanent Resident**

.NET DEVELOPER TEAM LEAD/SMALL PM

Salary - $100k
4-6 months temp-to-perm
Location: 1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, DC
Gov't Client:

NOTE: Technical skills are a plus but are SECONDARY to experience as a TEAM LEAD/SMALL PM

Skills:


- SOA utilizing enterprise messaging and interoperable web services
- Seebeyond eGate and Sonic ESB
- XML, XSLT
- Java/J2EE, C#
- JUnit, NUnit, Cruise Control, Subversion, ANT
- Microsoft .Net, IIS, WebSphere, Tomcat
Oracle, Oracle Spatial, and multi-dimensional data stores
- WS-Security
- DHTML and Java Script on desktop and Windows Pocket PC wireless devices
- Plumtree portal software
- ESRI ArcSDE and ArcIMS GIS
- Business Objects
- FAST Data Search engine
- SPSS statistics package
- SharePoint Portal Server 2003, InfoPath

Project:

The CapStat/CDW system is structured as an event-driven Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) of loosely coupled interoperable software services.

CapStat - A program run by Mayor's/City Administrator's Office that uses data to help agencies improve their performance while providing transparency and accountability

CDW - Citywide Data Warehouse


Overview:

The continued success of the program requires a team comprised of an on-site Development Manager and a team of highly skilled software engineers. The District uses many leading edge technologies so the team must be able to quickly become proficient in a variety of new tools. The Development Team must be experts in Object Oriented Analysis and Design Techniques with a thorough understanding of SDLC and structured development methodology and techniques including adaptive design, frequent iterations, test-driven coding and code review. They must understand the principles of Agile Modeling and Extreme Programming, and be able to adapt this in a way that is most effective in the OCTO environment, producing artifacts, software code, documentation and related support materials consistent with this methodology. The team should have strong knowledge and proven experience developing applications in a Service Oriented Architecture with extensive use of web services. Finally, the team must work well with existing developers as well as the Technical Infrastructure and Data Content teams to achieve program objectives and stakeholder satisfaction.


Statement of Work Tasks:

Collect Application Requirements as Use Cases
Plan Application Architecture Designs
Develop Application Code and Test Code
Perform User Acceptance, Performance/Stress and Operations Readiness Tests
Support Production Release of Applications
Support Production Release of Applications