The General Services Administration is looking for an information technology specialist to serve as lead programmer at the GSA’s Office of Inspector General.
A notice posted Thursday on USAJobs stated the chosen candidate will perform programming, establish project requirements, designate work to members, monitor work progress and review deliverables.
The lead programmer will also oversee daily IT development tasks, create reports, promote program goals and provide advice on technology applications for OIG’s business processes.
The incumbent will design, code, test, document, deploy and maintain web-based software applications through methodologies and technologies that the OIG uses.
The position’s responsibilities also include engineering and troubleshooting major IT systems within OIG’s General Support System such as project management methodologies as well as systems development life cycle.
According to the notice, the lead programmer will also provide training and technical advice to unit members.
The application period will run through Sept. 8.