Senior Application Developer - TRIRIGA

Clearance Level
None
Category
Software Development
Location
Washington, District of Columbia

REQ#: RQ43710

GDIT  is currently seeking a Senior Application Developer to work in ASO’s dynamic software development division. As such, the position is a key contributor to the integration, design, development, implementation, maintenance, and production support for IBM’s TRIRIGA integrated workplace management system (IWMS).  The position will adhere to the ASO development framework and processes. 

  • Candidate must possess a strong desire to learn how government agencies practice Facilities, Space, Project, and Asset Management application functional areas available in the TRIRIGA product offering which may be implemented/customized.
  • Provide full life-cycle development including design, development, testing and implementation of     projects that support business goals.
  • Take ownership of projects/tasks/issues and work them through completion.
  • Develop and maintain architecture & customizations following AOUSC standards to ensure processes support existing architecture, follow defined guidelines and TRIRIGA development best practices standards meet user requirements.
  • Identify process improvements and enhancements to existing business and IT processes that will increase operating efficiencies.
  • Collaborate with end users and provide exceptional customer service by becoming a trusted business advisor.

Required skills and experience:

  • 8+ years of progressive systems development experience utilizing a full System Development Lifecycle (SDLC)
  • 5+ years of experience in Java Development and associated tools (J2EE a plus)
  • 5+ years of experience in database design and development using MS SQL Server or Oracle
  • 5+ years of experience in IBM TRIRIGA Platform and Application Development
  • Solid understanding of Web Architecture
  • Proven experience diagnosing and resolving problems
  • Experience working on agile self-organized, cross-functional teams
  • Applicant needs working knowledge of Arch GIS, Graphic/Floor Plans, AutoCAD, and BIRT Reports & understanding of how its integrated with the TRIRIGA Platform.
  • Applicant must have strong familiarity with TRIRIGA Application Admin Console’s logs, user management, Database Query Tool, properties settings, SSO, performance analysis, and workflow settings/tools.
  • Applicant must have experience using Object Migration / Object labeling and ability to perform imports/exports/package comparisons as well as TRIRIGA application upgrades. 
  • Applicant must have familiarity with TRIRIGA Application Admin Console’s logs, user management, Database Query Tool, web properties settings, SSO, performance analysis, and workflows processing.

 Desired Knowledge: 

  • Software development best practices
  • TRIRIGA certified a big plus. Certification in IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform
  • Solid understanding of Project life cycle methodology for application development
  • JIRA work management tool is a plus
  • Pentaho Data Integration (aka Kettle) tool experience is a plus Jenkins or comparable continuous integration server
  • Testing methodologies and tools
  • Agile development methodologies such as Scrum, Kanban, Extreme Programming
  • Agile principles, processes, and methods such as iterative and incremental development, continuous integration, test-driven development (TDD), unit testing, code refactoring, pair programming, and Scrum ceremonies

 Ability: 

  • Excellent communication skills – both written and verbal
  • Ability to set priorities to meet customer deadlines
  • Strong documentation skills
  • Team player, flexible/adaptable, responsible and accountable
  • Strong problem solving and service delivery skills, particularly in the presentation and education of technological issues and solutions
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
  • Efficient problem identification and resolution skills
  • Demonstration of careful attention to detail

 Education :

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science/Information Systems Technology or 5-7 years of equivalent experience

GDIT  is currently seeking a Senior Application Developer to work in ASO’s dynamic software development division. As such, the position is a key contributor to the integration, design, development, implementation, maintenance, and production support for IBM’s TRIRIGA integrated workplace management system (IWMS).  The position will adhere to the ASO development framework and processes. 

  • Candidate must possess a strong desire to learn how government agencies practice Facilities, Space, Project, and Asset Management application functional areas available in the TRIRIGA product offering which may be implemented/customized.
  • Provide full life-cycle development including design, development, testing and implementation of     projects that support business goals.
  • Take ownership of projects/tasks/issues and work them through completion.
  • Develop and maintain architecture & customizations following AOUSC standards to ensure processes support existing architecture, follow defined guidelines and TRIRIGA development best practices standards meet user requirements.
  • Identify process improvements and enhancements to existing business and IT processes that will increase operating efficiencies.
  • Collaborate with end users and provide exceptional customer service by becoming a trusted business advisor.

Required skills and experience:

  • 8+ years of progressive systems development experience utilizing a full System Development Lifecycle (SDLC)
  • 5+ years of experience in Java Development and associated tools (J2EE a plus)
  • 5+ years of experience in database design and development using MS SQL Server or Oracle
  • 5+ years of experience in IBM TRIRIGA Platform and Application Development
  • Solid understanding of Web Architecture
  • Proven experience diagnosing and resolving problems
  • Experience working on agile self-organized, cross-functional teams
  • Applicant needs working knowledge of Arch GIS, Graphic/Floor Plans, AutoCAD, and BIRT Reports & understanding of how its integrated with the TRIRIGA Platform.
  • Applicant must have strong familiarity with TRIRIGA Application Admin Console’s logs, user management, Database Query Tool, properties settings, SSO, performance analysis, and workflow settings/tools.
  • Applicant must have experience using Object Migration / Object labeling and ability to perform imports/exports/package comparisons as well as TRIRIGA application upgrades. 
  • Applicant must have familiarity with TRIRIGA Application Admin Console’s logs, user management, Database Query Tool, web properties settings, SSO, performance analysis, and workflows processing.

 Desired Knowledge: 

  • Software development best practices
  • TRIRIGA certified a big plus. Certification in IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform
  • Solid understanding of Project life cycle methodology for application development
  • JIRA work management tool is a plus
  • Pentaho Data Integration (aka Kettle) tool experience is a plus Jenkins or comparable continuous integration server
  • Testing methodologies and tools
  • Agile development methodologies such as Scrum, Kanban, Extreme Programming
  • Agile principles, processes, and methods such as iterative and incremental development, continuous integration, test-driven development (TDD), unit testing, code refactoring, pair programming, and Scrum ceremonies

 Ability: 

  • Excellent communication skills – both written and verbal
  • Ability to set priorities to meet customer deadlines
  • Strong documentation skills
  • Team player, flexible/adaptable, responsible and accountable
  • Strong problem solving and service delivery skills, particularly in the presentation and education of technological issues and solutions
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
  • Efficient problem identification and resolution skills
  • Demonstration of careful attention to detail

 Education :

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science/Information Systems Technology or 5-7 years of equivalent experience

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