The Department of Health and Environmental Control in South Carolina is seeking a Systems Integration Senior Developer (REDCap) for a temporary grant-funded position. This role offers a salary range of $54,974.00 to $101,712.00 annually. If you are an experienced developer with expertise in the modification and maintenance of system programs, system software design and development, and testing and debugging of system software, this opportunity might be of interest to you.
- Position: Systems Integration Senior Developer (REDCap)
- Location: Richland County, SC
- Job Type: Temporary Grant – Full-Time
- Job Number: 157162
- Opening Date: 10/19/2023
- Closing Date: 11/2/2023 11:59 PM Eastern
- Normal Work Schedule: Monday – Friday (8:30 – 5:00)
- Pay Band: Band 7
- Hiring Range – Min.: $54,974.00
- Hiring Range – Max.: $78,343.00
Under limited supervision, the senior developer will serve as a team lead and perform complex programming functions, assistance, and technical advice, including design architecture, configuration, writing, testing, and documentation for complex programming of agency computer systems in the Public Health Deputy Area. The emphasis will be on supporting CDC Data Modernization efforts and REDCap Development and Support.
Key responsibilities include:
- Analyzing, designing, implementing, maintaining, and providing technical support for Health applications and processes.
- Ensuring maximum system uptime for critical components to ensure business continuity.
- Supporting, maintaining, and modifying web, mobile, and client/server application modules, processes, and integration services.
- Serving as a technology lead within the team, defining architectural design for projects.
- Preparing and maintaining system documentation for applications supported.
- State Minimum Requirements: A high school diploma and work experience in the modification and maintenance of system programs, system software design and development, or testing and debugging of system software.
- Agency Additional Requirements: Applicants indicating college credit or degree(s) on the application may upload an unofficial copy of the transcript as an attachment to the application.
- Associate degree and 5 years of applicable software development and modification experience.
- Experience with .NET and/or C# (2 years), ANSI SQL (2 years), REDCap, MVC, PHP, CSS, HTML, and API / webservice development.
- Familiarity with source control systems (git, svn, perforce, etc.).
- A criminal records check will be conducted before employment.
- If the position requires a valid driver’s license, applicants will need to provide a certified copy of a 10-year driving record.
- South Carolina DHEC is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employing agency.
If you meet the requirements of this position and are interested in being considered, you must submit a state application online. A resume will not be accepted for initial qualifications review. The quality of the application presented (completeness, accuracy, grammar, and spelling) will be considered prior to the offer of an interview. Applications will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. on the closing date.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control offers an exceptional benefits package, including health, dental, vision, long-term disability, and life insurance. The option to work partially remote is available after six months of employment if it applies to the position.
If you are an experienced developer looking to contribute to critical health applications and support important initiatives, this role might be the perfect fit. Apply online to explore this opportunity.
Please note that veterans are given preference for employment in South Carolina state agencies.