.NET Programmer with Oracle Access Manager experience
Nighthawk Marketing has an immediate opening for a .NET Programmer with Oracle Access Manager experience to work closely with a team currently in place. This position is on a contract basis for two (2) years starting September 15, 2014 with option to extend two (2) additional six (6) month periods. All work will be performed on-site in downtown St. Paul. Due to the high level of security for this project, a background check and fingerprinting will be required before the selected candidate can be hired.
The response deadline for this opening is August 25, 2014. Interested programmers are urged to email their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our client is the Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS). The position will be responsible for the implementation of the integration between the Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) ESupport system and the Minnesota License and Registration System (MNLARS) Oracle Identity and Access Management solution. The goal of the project is to improve system operability, stability, record keeping, security, and customer service for the Minnesota driver’s license and motor vehicle registration systems.
- Five (5) years C#
- Five (5) years C++
- Five (5) years Classic ASP
- Five (5) years SQL Server Development (T-SQL and database design)
- Two (2) years knowledge\experience in integrating applications with Oracle Access Manager
- Two (2) years knowledge\experience working with Oracle Access Manager APIs
- Two (2) years knowledge\experience in programmatically accessing LDAP and Active Directory
- Two (2) years knowledge\experience in secure development techniques
Nighthawk Marketing is a Minneapolis web design, IT support, and digital marketing agency located in the Twin Cities of Minnesota. We provide professional web and IT support to organizations in the government, nonprofit, retail, education, legal, healthcare, financial and B2B markets. We are an equal opportunity agency and consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or any other protected factor.