61606: Columbus, OH – IT – DOT – Programmer 5/PR5

Job Title: Programmer 5/PR5
NTE Rate: 65.10$
Interview: ON-site interviews- local (Ohio) candidates Please submit resumes in a word document and remove all candidate personal (phone email)and vendor information (logos).
Will close to submissions: Friday 5/3 @ 10AM

Position will likely extend into FY20

The candidate will be supporting Smart City Columbus Applications Team.

The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is requesting the services of a Programmer 5 to function as a highly skilled developer working on smart mobility and big data projects for ODOT, DriveOhio and the Smart Columbus team developing the SCOS (Smart Columbus Operating System). The selected candidate will work directly with these teams in researching, building and implementing the computer applications that will meet the project missions. These efforts will also provide the structure for state-wide implementation of advanced smart mobility communication and transportation technologies.

This position will function as a highly skilled PR5 with specific responsibilities that include:
Operate effectively as a big data SME with knowledge of the latest tools, applications and cloud infrastructures necessary to implement a powerful open source system.
Operate as technical expert with intimate knowledge regarding all components that comprise the entire solution set.
Serve as the SME on the host of applications and environments required to serve the users.
Assist with developing the delivery Epics, Stories and Tasks that will comprise the solution set for BI.
Operate as the cross technology and platform SME.
Mentor teams involved in developing highly technical solutions and promote culture that values input from all team members.
Promote continuous learning and deliver value to the customer.
Assist in the development of standards, procedures and operating systems applications.
Assist with revision of existing solutions to increase operating efficiency or adapt to new requirements.
Prepare records and reports.



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