Booz Allen Hamilton
Are you looking for an opportunity to develop a platform that will have an impact on preventing illness, disability, and death caused by infectious diseases domestically and internationally? Solid platform development is a critical part of any program’s success and you know how to do it right – scalable design with baked in security. That’s why we need you, a technology development specialist with the skills to build a platform that will transform the IT portfolio of a Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) client.
As a technology specialist on our team, you’ll design and develop, test and deploy surveys through Automatic Survey Invitations (ASIs), longitudinal, repeated events, and REDCap surveys.
You’ll work with customers and end-users to understand their mission, current architecture, and security requirements. With a focus on the customer’s goals, you’ll work with the team to build a design that will scale to meet their evolving needs.
You’ll contribute to tool and capability recommendations based on your research of the current environment and new technology. You’ll grow your development skills as you learn to craft an architecture that smoothly works with existing infrastructure without compromising security.
We focus on growing as a team to deliver the best support to our customers, so you’ll have resources for mentoring and learning new skills and tools. This is a chance to use your OS knowledge while developing skills in programming complex routing and skip patterns and validation procedures, coordinating all technical and some methodological considerations associated with various data collection and survey research activities, especially those that are implemented via the world-wide web, evaluating and implementing new survey tools, as requested, identifying the pros and cons of various sampling methodologies, assisting with the selection of appropriate sampling methodologies for public health statistical surveillance, identifying pros and cons of different methods for acquiring data for epidemiological investigations, and applying survey methodology, survey sampling, and human computer interaction (HCI) best practices. Join us as we develop software-based solutions to make a difference in public health.
Empower change with us.
-4+ years of experience with following established protocols for data transformation and loading
-Experience with public health informatics and surveillance processes
-Experience with REDCap’s API and API Playground
-Knowledge of Windows Server 2012 R2
-Ability to test REDCap upgrades with minimum supervision
-BA or BS degree
Job Number: R0083069