Vacancy Number : FPTNO11927 Closing Date : 11.30pm, Thursday 10 October 2019 Location : National Office - Wellington Recruitment Contact : At the Department of Corrections our goal is to reduce re-
offending, and underlying this is a strong commitment to public safety. Our people care about our communities and want to make New Zealand a safer place to be.
We do this by helping people lead crime-free lives, which means fewer victims and safer communities. You can make a real difference and help us work towards this goal by taking part in the Department of Corrections Internship Programme.
We are looking for energised and engaged University students from a broad range of disciplines, who are capable of working both collaboratively and independently.
You will be involved with work related to your studies and in turn will gain first-hand experience of the Public Sector and the work we undertake within Corrections.
This internship will involve working with the digital solutions & architecture teams to enhance an existing application.
Key Responsibilities : Fix bug(s) to transfer physical data models Add feature to transfer conceptual models Add feature to transfer logical models Add synchronisation of the three types of models Skills and experience needed : Excellent customer focus Good at problem solving Knowledge of data modelling using ERD and UML Experience of Visual Studio Able to test and debug programs.
Skilled in programming with object-oriented languages such as C# Exposure to API level programming Working Knowledge of SQL language Exposure to relational databases ideally SQL Server and Oracle Ability to self-
manage work effectively and prioritising tasks. This Internship would suit a student studying tertiary qualification in software engineering or a related qualification having passed some papers in programming and relational databases with SQL.
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