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The UI/UX Developer plays a critical role in University Information Services (UIS) by working on large scale, enterprise-level projects that drive the development of efficient business processes while also working to integrate technologies that support multiple stakeholders. S/he is expected to utilize modular architectures, next-generation integration techniques and a cloud-first mindset to provide vision to the CRM team and its users.
The UI/UX Developer's duties include but are not limited to:
Working with the Salesforce Lightning Design System and the CRM development team to provide modular interface solutions to users of the GU360 CRM.
Evaluate the regularly scheduled enhancements to the Salesforce platform for potential improvements to the existing GU360 CRM project.
Document solutions and business requirements to ensure that users needs are met and that code deployment is handled responsibly
Manage development of test and implementation plans, change management plans and participate in development of training materials.
Facilitate discussions, evaluation of requirements, analyze of alternative and manage a decision-making process around product selection with an eye toward maintaining a robust and unified information technology infrastructure.
Proven ability to build, manage and foster a team-oriented environment
Proven ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment
Understanding of higher education needs and environment
Strong project/personnel management and interpersonal skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Experience working in a team and or leading in a team environment
Technical Qualifications or Specialized Certification:
Database management, ability to learn new software, research and writing skills, comprehension of project management methodology
Familiarity with object-oriented programming
Ability to manage application development projects where stakeholders represent functional offices, as well as technology deployment projects where stakeholders are internal IT staff
Ability to work collaboratively within the UIS and across the University
Solid ability to gather, organize and analyze data in the completion of assignments
Must possess a commitment to service and quality, and the ability to integrate these concepts into the School culture
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