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Accela Developer (position 270)
Responsible for designing and developing Accela event and batch scripts as well as developing Accela interfaces. Must have extensive knowledge of .Net or Java programing. Works on Accela implementation, on or offsite with a team of developers and analysts. Participates in meetings with clients. Possess strong analytical skills, and the ability to communicate Accela capabilities with non-technical individuals. Bachelor’s degree is required. Apply Today.
Accela DBA (position 271)
Responsible for maintaining Accela database, installation, and environments as well as data conversion. Must have extensive knowledge of Oracle and SQL Server administration. Must be able to develop database procedures and functions with deep knowledge of SQL queries. Bachelor’s degree is required. Apply Today.
May 2017. Razavi has deployed Online Construction Permit Intake using Accela Citizen Access (ACA) for the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) in Washington DC. Businesses and residents can now use ACA to apply, pay and receive "Postcard", "Supplemental", and "Construction" permits online. Razavi implemented Accela's permitting, licensing and enforcement modules in 2008 and has been supporting and maintaining Accela in Washington DC for the past nine years. Prior to 2008, DCRA was using Razavi's custom developed websites for accepting permit applications. Migrating to ACA allows the entire process: application submission, payment, plan review, permit issuance, and inspection scheduling to be carried out online. Razavi has been serving Washington DC's Information Technology needs such as GIS, PeopleSoft, Micro Strategy, QC, Data Warehousing, Database Development and .Net Development since 2000. For more information:
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