The sunapsis Study Abroad Module (SAM) is an IU developed application for administering Overseas Studies used system-wide.
Serves as the lead project manager for SAM development projects. Develops and nurtures relationships with all critical stakeholders and partners across multiple units to facilitate effective communication, manage expectations, and deliver results. Serves as a key liaison with functional units during specification gathering and throughout the development process; ensures software development aspects of projects are appropriately scoped and developed in a timely and effective manner in alignment with broadly defined project outcomes, University policy & procedures, and industry & project management best practices; and works closely with the SAM Quality Control & Support Manager on quality assurance and implementation aspects of projects. The Associate Director of sunapsis SAM Development is also responsible for providing leadership and oversight for the daily operations of the sunapsis SAM Development Team, including direct supervision of the Systems Analyst/Programmers, providing technical direction for ongoing quality assurance of the software code-base, software design and development, and data analysis and reporting.
REQUIRED: Bachelor's degree in computer science, informatics, information science, or other discipline, five years programming experience and one year of supervisory and project management experience.
Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.
Experience with object oriented languages, such as Java, and experience with web scripting languages, such as ColdFusion or PHP; demonstrated ability working in a client – programmer environment; and core database understanding. Ability to effectively communicate and exchange information, customer service attitude, and willingness to work in a team-oriented environment and with non-technical users. Ability to translate complex office procedures into programmable business rules.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 4IT
Department: INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS (UA-INTP-IUBLA)
Internal Number: 75947
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