*Hello,*

*Hope you are doing great!!!!*



*Posting ID:  42882 Columbus, OH - IT - DOH - Programmer
4/PR4                              *

We are looking for 2 Programmer with one of our direct client.



*Dot Net Developer*

*Location:             Columbus, OH*

*Duration:             10+ Months*

*Face to face interview*



*Please send me the resumes at nav...@dsiginc.com <nav...@dsiginc.com> or
you can reach me at 614-344-4600 ext 114*



A PO @ DOH will take 3+ weeks to create.  Please set this expectation with
each candidate prior to submitting.



Description of Duties:

*89% of Total Work Effort: Development work with the Required technology
stack (listed below)*

*5% of Total Work Effort: Visual Studio Unit Testing*

*1% of Total Work Effort: Agile Scrum recording of Completed and Estimated
time in TFS*

*5% of Total Work Effort: Entity Framework*



An ideal candidate would have 5-7+ years of relevant work experience with
the majority of the items below (more than half of the items included are
required for a candidate to be considered)

Required Technology Stack experience includes:

*.NET 4.5.2/4.6*

*Visual Studio 2013/2015*

*SQL Server 2012*

*MVC 5*

*Entity Framework 6.2*

*Kindle UI Controls*

*JQuery*

*ASP.Net/C#.Net*

*WCF\Web API*

*Visual Studio Unit Testing*



Desired: TFS 2012/2015



The current database (Early Track) was designed to support Early
Intervention. Home visiting data fields were included later, and are not
adequate to meet the program's needs. The home visiting program in Ohio has
grown beyond what Early Track can currently handle, as evidenced by an
exponential increase in user end crashes. The demands on the current
database program have grown beyond its flexibility to collect the data
needed for state and federal reports.



The system should be able to interface with Medicaid data system so that
billing can be submitted to the Medicaid system.

The system should also be able to link with and pull data from Vital
Statistics birth certificate data for child matching in a similar way to
what Early Track currently does.

The new database will be a comprehensive data collection system for all ODH
home visiting programs as well as the state's Central Coordination.

The new database must be able to provide billing function to accommodate a
fee for service model.

The new database needs to be able to track most of the variables currently
collected in Early Track and have the ability for system administrators to
add new variables as needed.



The new database must have the ability for ODH level system administrators
to create and edit "canned" reports (that may or may not include some minor
data calculation) for both local agencies and ODH, which include a
graphical representation of the data. Also it must have the ability to
produce large system wide data downloads similar to Early Track currently.

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