• Softpath System Llc
  • Farmington , UT
  • Information Technology
  • Full-Time


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===VENDORS, PLEASE READ BEFORE RECRUITING AND DOWNLOADING THE SOW IN ATTACHMENTS BELOW=================
+Bids are being accepted up until 10:00PM MDT (Utah Time) on April 10th, 2019.
+ For you bid to be considered, you must include, the Vendors RTR information, The all inclusive Bill rate*** A screen shot of the resources Skills assessment in C# (Skills assessment instructions below, in attachments) and a fully completed MMR (also located in attachments section below) Any bid missing the needed docs will be incomplete and denied.
+ NO REMOTE work: This building is secured and will not allow for any work off site. All work is to be completed and tools provided. (140 E. 300 S. SLC, UT) Any resource that assumes they can work remotely is not wanted for this position. All hours to be worked and tools provided onsite.
+ The duration is established for 6 months. However, there is enough work and budget to extend up to five years. We are wanting resources that are looking for long term projects. After 5 years, it is a requirement for this position to be re-opened to biding. Please seek resources wanting long term contracts.
+ Vendor comments: Please do not cut and paste a resume or speak to qualification. The resume, MMR and Skills assessment will speak to this. Use vendor comments to speak to a resources availability and interest level. As and example, Local resources are preferred. The reason is they are a lower risk to decline this position. It is assumed that if the resource got a local offer, why would they relocate for this job? Resolve this assumed concern. If local, fine but if not local, why is your bid a better solution for the Manager? Maybe the resource is an H1B visa holder and will go where their employer assigns them? Maybe they are from Utah and want to move home because they need a job in SLC so they can meet a personal goal? Overcome the assumption of the risk that if they are offered, and then get a local offer that they would take this over the local offer. Available: if offered, when could they start? Also, where are they with other opportunities and why do they want this position? Would they accept if offered? Many resources currently are using offers to get a raise. If they are currently working and the contract isn't ending, why would they leave for this, if offered? Again keep your vendor comments brief but speak only to their availability, local or non-local and where this position ranks in interest. This also confirms they understand the job, want the job and will accept if they are offered. Please use vendor comments to assist the scoring committed that your candidate is the most available, interested and qualified.
+ Any resource with the right to work in the US will be considered. (The state will not sponsor visas) Local is preferred but if non - local you should explain why they would be a better option than a local resource in your vendor comments.

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Scoring:
Expert Skill Level - Windows Forms or XAML development with c# 18%
Expert Skill Level - REST/SOAP service development with C# 18%
Expert Skill Level - ClickOnce or similar app deployment 17%
Expert Skill Level - Interfacing with imaging devices/services, specifically IBM Content Manager 17%
Cost 30%
Total 100%

Duration
The proposed level of effort for this engagement is approximately six (6) months (1032 hours). Any increases in the scope, requirements, or scheduling may result in a new or extended professional services agreement.
Associated topics: architect, architecture, design, devops, matlab, maven, perl, php, programming, senior software engineer

* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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