Reference # 19-00800 Title QNXT Developer
Location Phoenix, ARIZONA
Position Type Contract
Experience Level Contract
Start Date / End Date 06-01-2020 --- 30-12-2021
Description
QNXT Developer Job Description:
- Support DDD's QNXT application. Assist with enhancements, reports, and upgrades.
- Designs, prepares, tests and debugs web program coding for business applications. Reviews coded and compiled structured programs. Prepares test data and conducts unit testing to ensure compliance to specifications. (50%)
- Analyzes automation requests. Creates work plans, develops schedules, and develops time and cost estimates for projects. (20%)
- Creates all required SDM technical documents: Functional Specs, Design docs, etc. As an active team member, interfaces with users to gain understanding necessary for enhancements, maintenance, and problem resolution for existing applications; and maintains continuous awareness of users' plans/activities relevant to the project. (10%)
- Translates requirements and specs into computer programs; designs, codes, analyzes, tests and documents computer software programs and systems using full life cycle development techniques. Prepares routine periodic project status reports and communicates with customers, as needed. Attends staff and technical meetings for the work unit. (20%)

Qualifications:
" Extremely strong QNXT with Claims EDI, Payment and Encounter processes.
" Advanced experience with C# .Net and Web Services.
" Advanced experience with SQL Server 2016, SSRS, SSIS, and T-SQL
" Intermediate experience with Asp .Net 4.0 Framework, Entity Framework 4.5, and MVC 5
" Intermediate experience with .Net Applications, Systems Development Methodology, and MS Project
" Experience with TFS (Team Foundation Server), Build and Deploy Web apps using MSI
" Skilled with Test Driven Development
" Experience on Visual Studios 2015/2017 or Higher
" Experience in Agile Project(s)
" PowerShell scripting and batch programming preferred
" Knowledge of HIPAA is a plus
" Strong preference if experience in Migrating from QNXT 4.X version to 5.X versions