.Net/SSRS Developer with C#, TFS, SQL, ASP.Net, CSS, JQuery, JavaScript, Entity and MVC experience

Job ID: NC-583732 (99091228)

.Net/SSRS Developer with C#, TFS, SQL, ASP.Net, CSS, JQuery, JavaScript, Entity and MVC experience

Location: Raleigh NC (NCDA&CS)
Duration: 9 months
Interview: In-person
Positions: 1 (1/2)

Skill Required / Desired Amount of Experience
Considerable knowledge of reporting using SSRS. Required 5 Years
Extensive knowledge and programming experience using C# Required 5 Years
Strong SQL Server skills with experience in writing complex SQL queries, triggers, stored procedures, and user defined functions. Required 5 Years
Experience with Team Foundation Server Required 2 Years
Ability to learn new software systems and programming languages by studying available references. Required 5 Years
Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written form. Required
Ability to work well with a variety of people. Required
Good management, organizational and problem solving skills. Required
Ability to understand, analyze and interpret organizations and work processes to develop or modify applications that meet business requirements. Required
Extensive knowledge and programming experience using ASP.net Required 5 Years
Extensive knowledge and programming experience using CSS Required 5 Years
Extensive knowledge and programming experience using JQuery Required 5 Years
Extensive knowledge and programming experience using JavaScript. Required 5 Years
Extensive knowledge and programming experience using Entity Framework Required 5 Years
Extensive knowledge and programming experience using MVC architectural pattern. Required 5 Years

The NCDA&CS Food and Drug Protection Division’s Feed Section needs a software solution to integrate the various responsibilities of its regulatory programs as well as its Farmer Feed Testing Service. This solution must encompass the primary duties of each of the sections regulatory programs which are Inspections, Sampling, Product Registration, Label Review, Incident Tracking, and Investigations. As each of these programs may involve products and/or manufacturers that cross into more than one program, this solution must be fully integrated across the various programs. The new solution must also provide a public portal to allow registrants to register, and maintain products, and make online payments.
The NC Food and Drug Protection Division has been awarded the Animal Feed Regulatory Program Standards (AFRPS) Grant by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and must come into compliance with the standards as agreed upon over the next two. To accomplish this goal, the new system must align our programs with the standards established by FDA under the AFRPS grant, most notably Standard #3 Inspection Program, Standard #4 Inspection Audit Program, Standard #5 Feed Related Illness & Outbreaks & Response, and Standard #6 Compliance and Enforcement Program. We expect to go live with all phases of the project by July 2020.

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