Information System Developer – MN DHS

Job ID: 13525
Job Title: Information System Developer
Organization Name: The Minnesota Department of Human Services
Wage/Salary: $ 47,690 – $ 78,404 plus comprehensive benefit package
Employment Start Date: To be arranged
Job Description: Make a difference working with the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS). This position, within the DHS-Children and Family Services-Fraud Prevention and Control Unit, offers significant variety, the opportunity to work within a team environment, the chance to respond to
adhoc and troubleshooting requests, and serve as a contributor to our fraud prevention and control efforts.

In addition to challenging work and the chance to serve Minnesota with a team of professional colleagues, DHS offers a comprehensive benefit package and a modern, flexible, and culturally diverse work environment in St. Paul, with direct access to public transportation. We are nationally recognized for our progressive leadership in human services. Our mission, working with many others, is to help people meet their basic needs, live in dignity, and achieve their highest potential. We dedicate our talents to serve diverse communities through health care and human services programs.

This position provides support to the ongoing operation and enhancement of the Program Integrity Network (PIN) using the Microsoft .Net (C#) and Visual Studio 2005 development platforms; SQL Server 2005 and Teradata warehouse for database management and architecture; and assorted web based software development tools. The PIN system supports a broad range of state and county users working in the area of welfare fraud prevention, fraud control, program integrity and collections. This position administers and controls data resources to ensure appropriate access roles are maintained and provides administrative oversight of the system to ensure data integrity and security as well as optimal system compatibility and performance.
Specific duties include:

Support the ongoing operation and enhancement of the Program Integrity Network (PIN) system on a Microsoft .NET framework (c#) development platform and SQL Server and data warehouse for data base management/architecture.

Design, develop and write code for system functionality and enhancements.

Troubleshoot system errors and design flaws.

Gather and implement design and system requirements to accommodate new and ongoing changes to the business operations.

Work with IT security, network and business operations to implement architectural system changes as required.

Experience and knowledge in the following areas:


.NET Remoting/Web Services

SQL familiarity

Troubleshooting production problems for web based systems.

Ability to evaluate information; arrive at logical conclusions; and work independently or as a part of a team with developers and business analysts.


Knowledge of or the ability to learn the following:

Servers 2005 Stored Procedures, DTS/SSIS Packages.

Teradata warehouse.

Web based application, architecture, analysis, design and development.

Microsoft Windows XP/2003 network environments.

Visual Studio .NET development platform.

Internet Development Environment, Internet Information Server (llS6),Visual Basic Script, HTML, JAVAScript.

.Software development RSA SecurID – two factor authentication, Infragistics .NET development tools, Passport Host Integration Objects, CodeSmith, XML, SQL Assistant/BI Query.

DHS Program Integrity Network (PIN), ITS development/security standards, and Zones of Control.

CVS/SourceSafe Repositories.


Application Instructions: Review complete job posting information and submit your resume online for job vacancy
#11DHS000254 by 2/24/11 at:
On-line Application Address :

Posting Information
Job Location: St. Paul, MN
Job Category:
Information Management
Programming/Software Development
Position Type:
Full-time Experienced
Applicant Type:
Minimum GPA:
Graduation Start:
Graduation End:
*Post Date: 2/18/2011
*Expiration Date: 2/24/2011

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