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Developer Analyst 3
Ref No.: 14-00403
Location: Austin, Texas
Austin TX
776 Hours

Texas Health and Human Services (HHSC) Enterprise Applications

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES
The Department of Information Resources (DIR) requires the services of three Developer Analysts, hereafter referred to as Worker(s), who meets the general qualifications of ITSAC Developer Analyst 3 Category, Emerging Technology Type and the specifications outlined in this document for the Texas Health and Human Services (HHSC) Enterprise Applications.

All work products resulting from the project shall be considered "works made for hire and are the property of the HHSC. HHSC may include pre-selection requirements that potential Vendors (and their Workers) submit to and satisfy criminal background checks as authorized by the Texas law. HHSC will pay no fees for interviews or discussions, which occur during the process of selecting a Worker(s).

The desired candidate(s) will architect and implement enhancements to the HHSC Enterprise Identity and Access Management security infrastructure which uses the Tivoli Identity Management software suite. The selected candidate(s) must be self-directed, should possess strong communication skills, must be able to communicate effectively with IT management as well as business area experts, and should have experience working both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.

II. WORKER SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Requirements:
Years Skills/Experience
8 Information Technology experience
6 Tivoli Identity Manager, Tivoli Access Manager, WebSEAL, Tivoli Directory Server,
4 J2EE technologies including JavaScript, Java, J2EE, JSP, Struts
4 SQL, DB2, Web Services, LDAP, XML, Active Directory.
2 Portlets including JSR168 portlets and WebSphere portlets
2 Service Oriented Architecture/Web Services Security

Preferences:
Years Skills/Experience
2 Knowledge of Health and Human Services programs










III. TERM OF SERVICE
Services are expected to start as soon as possible and are expected to be completed by August 31, 2014. Total estimated Worker hours shall not exceed 776 hours per worker. This service may be amended, renewed and/or extended providing both parties agree in writing to do so.

IV. WORK HOURS AND LOCATION
{C}A. Services shall be provided during normal business hours unless otherwise coordinated through the HHSC. Normal business hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM through 5:00 PM, excluding State holidays when the agency is closed.
{C}B. The primary work location(s) will be at 701 W. 51st Street, Texas, 78751. Any and all travel, per diem, parking, and/or living expenses shall be at the Worker's and/or Vendor's expense.
{C}C. HHSC will provide pre-approved, written authorization for travel for any services to be performed away from the primary work location(s). Pre-approved travel expenses are limited to the rates and comply with the rules prescribed by the State of Texas for travel by its classified employees, including any requirement for original receipts.
{C}D. The Worker(s) may be required to work outside the normal business hours on weekends, evenings and holidays, as requested. Payment for work over 40 hours will be at the hourly rate quoted and must be coordinated and pre-approved through HHSC.