Under the Application Programming Supervisor for the Institute for Population Health Improvement, in partnership with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Tobacco Control Program (CTCP), the Applications Programmer II functions as a web application developer within a small, focused development team. The Applications Programmer II applies professional programming concepts to small and medium-sized projects, with a focus on maintenance of existing systems, technical assistance for CDPH internal and external users, training users in the systems, processes and procedures of current and future websites, and receiving and communicating feedback and requests from users to the internal team. This position will also assist other team members with designing, coding, and implementing new websites and their corresponding databases, as well as implementing standard updates and bug fixes.
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• Intermediate experience associated with the design, development, modification and deployment of Web Application Development.
• Intermediate experience in the following software:Adobe ColdFusion 8 or later, MS SQL Server Management Studio 2003 or later, Adobe Dreamweaver or equivalent IDE (Integrated Development Environment), Microsoft Windows 7 or later, the Adobe suite of products, especially Acrobat.
• Demonstrated competency to independently setup, navigate, configure and utilize standard IDEs, including integrated SQL database connections.
• Experience with common programming tools.
• Knowledge of secure software development.
• Demonstrated ability to develop new code processes while maintaining the existing code set integrity, including its structure, functionality, style, schema and format.
• Demonstrated ability to communicate technical information to technical and non-technical personnel at various levels in the organization.
• Experience in modern web security standards and database administration.
• Experience in User Experience (UX) and Web Design principles, including color-theory, visual design, interface design, interaction design/feedback and process flow.
• Experience in Accessibility standards, especially 'Americans with Disabilities Act' standards and practices.
• Experience working within a team environment, in a support position for a large government organization.
• Familiarity with California State Government and the principles of public health administration.
• THIS POSITION MAY BE SUBJECT TO A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION, DRUG SCREEN, LIVE SCAN FINGERPRINTING, MEDICAL EVALUATION CLEARANCE, AND FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY ASSESSMENT.