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The County of San Luis Obispo’s Information Technology Department and Department of Social Services are looking for Software Engineers for either a II or III position (based on experience and qualifications) to join our development teams. Note: this recruitment is for two positions; one with the Information Technology Department (ITD) and one with the Department of Social Services (DSS).
THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
About the Position
The ITD position is for support of the County’s Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS). As a software engineer, you will be a key contributor delivering new product features and functionality to existing applications and develop new web-based applications to assist the law and justice departments, including Probation, District Attorney, and Sheriff, who also work with the associated local CA State Courts.
The Ideal Candidate
We are looking for creative and innovative software engineers who can contribute to the County by applying their skills in business systems and software engineering.
Ideal Candidates should:
And, possess experience in one or more of the following:
THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
About The Position
The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Social Services is looking for an experienced, “Full-Stack”, Software Engineer to join the Applications Development Team. Under general direction Software Engineer II/IIIs, perform a variety of complex programming, development and analysis duties, oversee technology projects; and/or are utilized on a project basis responsible for coordinating and managing the design, development, and implementation of complex automation systems that typically serve multiple agencies.
The Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate will have several years of software development experience, is a self-motivated professional who is adept at managing priorities, solving problems, learning and defining business processes, and works well with both technical and non-technical staff.
You should have:
Software Engineer II: Either A: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field. (Job-related experience may substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis). OR B: An associate’s degree or 60 semester units or 90 quarter units from an accredited college or university or completion from a job-related, accredited vocational institution. In addition, two years of experience in analysis, programming, and/or database administration.
Software Engineer III: Either A: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field. (Job-related experience may substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis) In addition, two years of experience in analysis, programming, and/or database administration. (A post-graduate degree in a related field may substitute for one year of the required experience). OR B: An associate’s degree or 60 semester units or 90 quarter units from an accredited college or university or completion from a job-related, accredited vocational institution. In addition, four years of experience in analysis, programming and/or database administration.
Salary: $74,048 – 100,027 annually; depending on experience/qualifications
Benefits: The annual salary is supplemented by a generous benefit package, see the application for full details.
HOW TO APPLY
This is an open continuous recruitment, however for first consideration apply by April 9th by completing an application at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/slocountyca/jobs/2018856/software-engineer-ii-iii?keywords=software%20engineer&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
Please contact Wendi Brown with any questions:
SLO County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
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