Cornell IT is looking for an Integration Developer to join our Data Warehousing and Integrations team, within the Office of Data Architecture and Analytics (ODAA). With the popularity of Software as a Service and the off premises hosting of applications, the need for data integration between systems has become an area of high growth. Most system implementations have an integration component. This position would involve the development and maintenance of data integrations and web service APIs using Dell Boomi. Dell Boomi is the leading iPaaS (integration Platform as a Service) on the Gartner Magic Quadrant. Boomi training and mentorship will be provided to help you become an expert in Boomi development. We are looking for a highly motivated person, with some development and data experience, who can quickly grow into this role.
Candidate will share responsibility for the operational support of the existing Boomi integration inventory, as well as, the development of new integrations in the support of new system implementation projects. This position involves collaborative work with business customers, developers, and vendors. There is an expectation the candidate will ramp up quickly on Dell Boomi development, through offered Boomi training and mentorship from senior developers.
What you'll need:
Coursework and long-term interest in computer science or information science preferred. Basic knowledge of software development.
Ability and willingness to learn, self-discover and use new computing tools, programs, languages and practices.
Ability to interact with mentors and peers in a manner that supports collaboration and inquiry.
Personal, organizational and communication skills necessary to provide excellent customer service in resolving highly technical issues in a higher education setting.
Ability to appropriately interact with campus-wide information technologists, end users, and vendors.
Ability to work independently and be proactive to ensure proper availability of systems/services.
Ability to manage multiple projects involving various end users, meet deadlines and proactively communicate status updates.
Demonstrates calm under pressure, is a proactive contributor with an eagerness to learn.
Ability to present ideas and deliver training in group settings.
Strong communication skills, with the ability to translate business and technical needs and interact with others at all levels
Experience using a programing language
Experience with java a plus
Experience with SQL and PL/SQL a plus
Experience with web services (SOAP, Rest) a plus
Experience with JSON and or XML a plus
Knowledge of project management and business analysis methodologies is a plus.
Bachelor's degree in information technology/computer science or related field and up to 2 years of related experience or and equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
Skills essential to success:
Ability to learn new technologies from a developer perspective
Proactive contributor with an eagerness to learn
Ability to learn and follow software development lifecycle methodologies and operational support best practices
Ability to design and execute unit and user acceptance test plans
Excellent troubleshooting skills with the ability to analyze and resolve difficult problems quickly
Ability to work effectively on multiple projects, meet deadlines, proactively communicate status updates and interact with customers and stakeholders
Ability to work with highly collaborative teams and project management methodologies
Demonstrated calm under pressure
Participation in knowledge sharing and mentorship
Adept with changing priorities, ability to multi-task, and handle urgent interruptions with high level of professionalism and a positive attitude
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