GeoGeek

GIS ESRI/JavaScript API Developer

Website Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT)

The GDOT is seeking a technical GIS developer for developing Esri ArcGIS Server 10.4x Javascript API (HTML5) and SharePoint 2013 solutions. The candidate will have design, development, implementation, and support experience.
Responsibilities:
• Develops customized web applications, web services, mobile, and enterprise solutions
• Develops geoprocessing and GIS web services
• Develops GIS web editing/mapping applications
• Conducts performance, unit, system, integration, and quality assurance testing of applications
• Maintains existing applications/services
• Upgrades and migrates existing applications/services to current version/systems architecture
• Provides end user support and creates support documentation
• Works closely with other developers and architects
• Estimates work effort and proposes development solutions
• Assists in the integration of Esri Roads and Highways and Agile Assets
Required Skills/Experience:
• 5+ years of programming/application development experience
• 3+ years of J2EE Java/Javascript development experience
• 3+ years of Esri JavaScript API
• 2+ years of PL/SQL, T-SQL, SQL
• 3+ years Esri ArcGIS Desktop and Server 9x/10x
• 2+ years Esri ArcGIS Server services and GeoProcessing services development
• 2+ years Esri ArcSDE/Oracle 11g/12c versioned geodatabase development
• 2+ Python Scripting
• Experience with industry-standard technologies such as HTML, CSS, XML, XSLT, Git, HTML5, Dojo, Kendo UI, Dijit, etc.

To apply for this job email your details to hwilliam@conq-tech.com

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