JOB ID: FIleNet/Datacap ProgrammerInterview: In-person only. Interviews are scheduled for Wednesday September14th. Please confirm candidate availability on that date.Duration: 6 months with good possibility of extension.Location: near Dimondale, MINumber of positions: 1
Description:FileNet resource is required to configure and implement FileNet softwarebased on imaging and document management solutions for Michigan State Police(MSP). MSP firearms registration records will be scanned and retained inFileNet.Resource will work on site at the MSP Headquarters building and, but notlimited to, the following:Setup scanning and document indexing environment.Configure document repository.Define document types and user profiles.Configure search templates in work place.Assist MSP in acceptance testing.Conduct end-user training for MSP staff. Assist MSP/DTMB staff to rolloutthe system.Years of Experience:Advanced experience in the IT industry and as a programmer.Job Description:Includes descriptions detailed earlier as well as programmer analystexperience in specialized IT technologies, which may not be widely used orare new to the industry, including the ability to mentor other staff in theuse of the specialty technologies and make recommendations on the use of thespecialty technologies and integration within the organization'sarchitecture.*Converts data from project specifications and statements of problems andprocedures to create or modify computer programs. Prepares, or receivesdetailed specifications to describe sequence of steps that program mustfollow and input, output, and logical operations involved. Analyzesspecifications, applying knowledge of computer capabilities, subject matter,and symbolic logic. Confers with supervisor and representatives ofdepartments concerned with program to resolve questions of program intent,data input, output requirements, and inclusion of internal checks andcontrols. Converts detailed specifications to language processable bycomputer. Enters program codes into computer system. Inputs test data intocomputer. Observes computer monitor screen to interpret program operatingcodes. Corrects program errors, using methods such as modifying program oraltering sequence of program steps. May prepare computer block diagrams andmachine logic flowcharts for detailed coding of problems, and provides forthe documentation of programming work.*Writes instructions to guide operating personnel during production runs.Analyzes, reviews, and rewrites programs to increase operating efficiency orto adapt program to new requirements. Compiles and writes documentation ofprogram development and subsequent revisions. May assist computer operatorto resolve problems in running computer program. May work with SystemAnalyst to obtain and analyze project specifications. May direct andcoordinate work of others to write, test, and modify computer programs. Workinvolves writing programs to solve problems, documenting the methods andprocedures used in program development, and testing and correcting programs.Work involves analyzing system outlines to develop programs for computerapplications; writing solution programs; May train others. Works undergeneral supervision with limited latitude for the use of initiative andindependent judgment. Analyzes proposed computer applications in terms ofequipment requirements and capabilities. Assists in developing solutions tosoftware-related problems. May assist in the generation or installation ofsystems software.*Prepares test data. May assist in writing and maintaining functional andtechnical specifications. Experience in computer programming work. Knowledgeof the principles, practices, and techniques of computer programming andsystems analysis, of computer operations procedures and systems, and ofcomputer programming languages. Skill in the use of computer equipment.Ability to design programs and systems architecture; to prepare programspecifications; to code, test, and debug computer programs; to interprettechnical information relating to computer programming and other areas ofdata processing; and to communicate effectively.Questions:Question: Absences greater than two weeks MUSTbe approved by CAI management in advance, andcontact information must be provided to CAI sothat the resource can be reached during his or her absence. The Client hasthe right to dismissthe resource if he or she does not return to work by the agreed upon date.Do you accept thisrequirement?Question: Please list candidate's email addressthat will be used when submitting E-RTR.Question: Work location is near Dimondale *** minutes outside ofdowntown Lansing). Candidates must have reliable transportation and anymileage, parking, or other travel-related expenses will not be reimbursed byCAI or State of Michigan. Please confirm you have discussed this with yourcandidate and he/she accepts this requirement.Question: The client plans to schedule interviews for this position onWednesday *** Please confirm your candidate will be available tointerview during that time if selected.Question: Please include a paragraph re: candidate'savailability, location, applicable skills, and other pertinent informationin the Summary ofQualifications tab, when submitting.Question: If a candidate is selected, that candidate must be drug tested,background checked and fingerprinted prior to onboarding. If selected,please confirm that the resource can comply.