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Job No: 7895IL-1

Position .NET Developer
Client Name Illinois State Board of Education (SBE)
Requisition B-17883
Location Springfield, IL
Duration 3 years
Due Date 12/08/2021
C2C Possible Yes
Interview Method Phone, Webcam, or On-Site

Local candidates or willing to relocate at their own expense. Position will be on-site in Springfield, IL from day one.

If the applicant intends to work Corp to Corp, the company must be registered with the State of IL prior to submittal.


Our client is looking for a .NET Developer to assist on agency projects, focusing on the development and maintenance of projects related to Career and Technical Education (CTE). The goal is to support Illinois K-12 education in meeting the State’s Career and Technical Education expectations outlined in the Illinois State Plan for Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V).These applications will be designed to include CTE Program of Study Verification, CTE Program of Study Approval and Program Quality Review, CTE Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment and Program Data Review, College and Career Pathway Endorsements, Methods of Administrative Review, and CTE Program Improvement Plan. Additional applications will be developed as needed to support the State Plan for Perkins V implementation. Collaborative work between the CTE and Innovation Department and the Software Solutions Department is essential to the implementation of the State Plan for Perkins V in Illinois. Increasing access to and supporting the implementation of high-quality CTE Programs of Study, which this work supports, is a part of the Student Learning Goal of ISBE’s 2020-2023 Strategic Plan. These applications will be designed to support the goals outlined in the State Plan for Perkins V, which will increase access for students to CTE programs and work-based learning, strengthen and improve the quality of the programs, and improve monitoring processes of CTE and Methods of Administration. Without these applications, ISBE would default on obligations outlined in the State Plan for Perkins V and, therefore, result in ISBE being noncompliant with Federal regulations.



Skills Required

Skills Desired

No additional skills desired.