Posting Date: Wednesday, October 9, 2013
The position works directly with users, either independently or in a lead role, to perform analysis, application design, development, maintenance, programming, project management, quality assurance, troubleshooting, problem resolution and/or consulting tasks for a wide range of highly complex, networked computing systems, applications, and multi-functional databases. Directly supports the Ellucian Higher Education Banner suite of software (including Registration, Admissions, Financial Aid, Finance, Accounts Receivable, and Human Resources), as well as other software used in both Administrative and Academic applications at the university.
Required Minimum Level of Experience:
- A Bachelor’s degree in computer science, computer information systems, or related field; AND
- Two years of professional work experience as a systems analyst/programmer OR database developer.
- Proficiency with Oracle and Microsoft SQL
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Proficiency in programming and database techniques commensurate with the requirements of the project.
- Demonstrated ability to analyze and comprehend a wide variety of University functions and activities and to leverage information technology in support of those functions.
- Demonstrated ability to define, research, and develop effective solutions to meet client needs and to present such information in a clear and logical form, orally and/or through written media.
- Demonstrated ability to handle multiple assignments with critical deadlines and changing priorities.
- Good interpersonal skills for interaction as a consultant and team member.
- Ability to complete assigned tasks independently.
- Strong organizational and customer service skills.
- Excellent written and interpersonal communications skills.
- Oversee business process analysis, staff training, and support for University administrative applications.
- Serve as an information technology consultant and technical support specialist for major administrative applications of the college.
- Assist staff with learning how to efficiently and effectively use technology.
- Assume primary responsibility for developing training materials and specialized training sessions for staff and business units.
- Serve as a technical specialist in the areas of:
- SQL, PL/SQL and enterprise database applications
- Applications design and development methodologies and best practices;
- Data analysis and reporting; technical documentation; quality assurance and testing;
- Project management; version control and bug tracking;
- Other applications as assigned.
- Meet regularly and as required with assigned administrative users to determine user requirements. This includes analyzing needs/problems and giving advice to administrative users as to the technical feasibility of solutions.
- Collaborate with others in the planning and prioritization of projects and support cases. Provide accurate estimates of planned work.
- Create and maintain documentation for the development of software applications and the modifications of existing ones. This includes the development of specifications for databases, forms, reports, interfaces and batch processes.
- Design, code, test, implement, and maintain new enterprise software applications and modify existing ones.
- Follow established coding standards and processes in place for the team and contribute to their refinement. This includes maintaining projects and cases on the admin computing team site, using subversion for version control and participating in agile and pair programming efforts.
- Communicate on a regular basis to review and plan projects and support cases, provide technical consultation and summarize completed work and participate in staff meetings, technical work sessions, user/technical groups and presentations.
To apply please submit cover letter, resume, and reference information to HR1013email@example.com.
Application deadline is October 31, 2013.
To enrich education through diversity, Drew University is an AA/EOE. In accordance with Department of Homeland Security guidelines, successful applicant must be legally able to work in the United States.