Sr. Java Analyst/Developer – MN DHS

Job ID: 13512
Job Title: Sr. Java Analyst/Developer
Organization Name: The Minnesota Department of Human Services
Wage/Salary: Salary: up to $87,383 plus comprehensive benefit package
Employment Start Date: To be arranged
Job Description: The Senior Analyst/Developer role offers the opportunity to work as a member of the Health Care Systems Development Team to create and support program applications within an object oriented server-based environment. 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. Consider joining us for a new direction in your Java career! Make a difference working with the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS). 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.

Provide systems analysis, design and software development for project and maintenance change requests.

Thoroughly test and document all design, programming and deployment notes for changes to the E-Commerce Subsystem within Minnesota’s Medical Management Information System (MMIS).

Perform the above tasks to meet customer objectives as well as system performance standards.

Help set and follow standards in design, programming, deployments and documentation.

Provide leadership and guidance to other team members and developers.

Work in a team environment or independently to create and support program applications within an object oriented server based environment.


Four years of experience in design, development, testing and debugging major applications in an object oriented paradigm using a system development life cycle, Java/J2EE, Spring, Hibernate, JSF (or similar frameworks), as well as RAD or Eclipse based development tools.

Thorough knowledge of SQL and an understanding of relational data bases, file structures, data representation and data modeling from a development perspective.

Knowledge of how to interface with middle ware products such as Websphere Enterprise Service Bus (WESB), Process Server, MQ Series and CICS transaction gateway from a development perspective.

Experience in Web Service development.

Ability to identify, analyze and resolve application problems in desktop and test region environments.

Excellent verbal and written communications and human relations skills.

Ability to work in a team environment or independently.


Knowledge of – Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) or other OO Methodologies, like RUP, JavaScript, JAX-WS, WSDL, JSP, Struts, UML, DROOLS, (or other rules engine experience), ClearCase and ClearQuest (or similar version control and ticketing software), WESB and/or WPS development experience, ORACLE data base, WTX (Websphere Transformation Extender) or translation software experience.
Application Instructions: Apply online for job vacancy #11DHS000280 and review full posting information by February 28, 2011 at:

To learn about other IT, health care, and human services career opportunities with DHS, visit our recruitment site at or call our job hotline at 651-431-3674 or 800-657-3643.
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:
Graduate Student
*Post Date: 2/18/2011
*Expiration Date: 2/28/2011

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