Senior .NET Consultant
Location:
Oklahoma City , Oklahoma
Posted:
October 17, 2017
Reference:
03500-9500808275

Our client is urgently seeking a Senior .NET Consultant for the provision and implementation of a web-based system to collect the necessary information for reporting and financial tracking to support the agency goals and objectives. This system will be an upgrade and renovation of existing systems currently being used. The Senior .NET Consultant will be responsible for the re-build of an existing system which will include a database that is student centered and performance driven. The system will link with key partners from PK-12, higher education and workforce to strengthen partnerships and encourage collaboration. Data collection and reporting must be streamlined and modernized. Report generation must be flexible and easily retrieved. This is a long-term contract opportunity, looking to pay up to $55/hr depending on professional skill set with the information below.

There are four main deliverables as part of this project: 1. Develop an integrated web portal that will allow several agencies and other reporting affiliates to submit data needed to meet the client's goals and objectives. 2. Develop a live Operational Data Store to send student and performance data in real time for program reporting purposes. 3. Develop a Data Warehouse to link and track school, student, and other performance metrics over time. 4. Developing Analytical Dashboards that allow various audiences to see the performance on program goals.

If you or a colleague are interested in this opportunity, please contact Lauren Rutledge at 405-236-0202. You may also apply to any position we have listed on our website at www.roberthalf.com/ok-oklahoma-city. Connected with me directly on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/in/laurenrutledgeRHT.


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