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This position is located within the Department of Commerce (DOC), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), Alaska Fisheries Science Center (AFSC), Office of Fisheries Information Systems with one vacancy in Seattle, WA.Learn more about this agency
As an IT Specialist (Security), you will perform the following duties:
● Guide the application development and data management staff to plan and execute activities, and ensure that the team adheres to software development best practices, has the structure, processes, appropriate requirements, technical specifications, direction, and has the resources to deliver effective solutions.
● Oversee and perform full-stack application programming activities including coding, testing, debugging, documenting, troubleshooting, maintaining, and modifying application systems, with an emphasis on security, customer experience, mobility, cloud computing, and service reliability.
● Apply comprehensive knowledge of full-stack data-driven application development and software development cycle, including software architectural design, data integration from various sources, building backend services, development of highly interactive web applications, software deployment using continuous delivery, and monitoring to ensure high availability.
● Invest in various problem-solving approaches (offline-first, design thinking), project management methods (agile/scrum), and progressive frameworks for the client-side, server and database software development and delivery(progressive web apps) to meet requirements.
Occasional travel - Up tp 5% of domestic travel may be required.
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