ITility, LLC

Technical Lead

Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
Posted Date 10 months ago(4/28/2017 2:32 PM)
Job ID
2017-1341
# of Openings
1
Category
Management

Overview

In support of the DEA mission, provide IT services to include developing, deploying, and maintaining DEA’s mission critical and business applications as well as their supporting infrastructure.

Responsibilities

  • Serves as the STARLiMS Technical Lead
  • Leads technical planning meetings
  • Demonstrating critical soft skills in terms of professionalism, conduct and execution in a client-facing role
  • Ensures all development consistently follow prescribed Concorde development methodologies. 
  • Serves as the system architect for the LIMS project  

Qualifications

  • Documented experience as a system architect for a LIMS enterprise scale system having more than 1,000 users and a Database Management with more than 500 tables and 100 million total data rows.
  • Resume must document significant contributions to overall system architecture
  • Ten (10)+ years of software development experience.
  •  Ten (10)+ years of web development experience.
  •  Five (5)+ years of experience with STARLiMS project Architecture and Development
  •  Five (5)+ years of experience developing and implementing the STARLiMS Forensic system/application
  •  Knowledge and experience with the implementation and integration of the SDMS software and STARLiMS in order to automate the population of results from analytical instrumentation with varying outputs (PDF, CSV, etc.);
  •  Knowledge and experience with Mettler-Toledo balances and LabX® software a plus
  •  Knowledge and experience with analytical instrumentation utilized in a chemistry laboratory
  •  Knowledge of the processing of evidence for the presence and analysis of latent prints
  •  Knowledge of ISO 17025
  •  Experience implementing STARLiMS into an accredited forensic laboratory

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