The School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University has an immediate opening for a Programmer/Analyst II position in the K. Lisa Yang and Hock E. Tan Institute on Employment and Disability in the Extension/Outreach Division.
This position will support the K. Lisa Yang and Hock E. Tan Institute on Employment and Disability's grant and contract sponsored work through the development of innovative and accessible web sites and web applications.
Responsibilities include the specification, design, development, testing, launch, maintenance and documentation of YTI web sites and applications.
This position requires maintaining a high level of knowledge in advances in web development practices and procedures.
Examples of existing systems include: assessment, survey and progress tracking systems for NYS school districts; technical assistance incident tracking tools; event registration and customer management systems; project management tools; application management tools; and, statistical data visualization tools.
The position demands the ability to manage multiple tasks and to prioritize work on simultaneous projects, and the ability to work successfully under pressure with minimal supervision at a variety of tasks within a fast-paced, team-oriented, diverse office setting.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Technical area with computer experience; or equivalent combination of education and work experience.
Proven ability to successfully balance conflicting priorities and make decisions from a range of choices while adhering to proper policies and procedures.
Ability to work quickly and effectively under pressure within a fast-paced office.
Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills in order to organize complex information and concepts.
Must have excellent customer service, interpersonal skills and the ability to work with diverse clientele.
Organizational skills and attention to detail is critical.
Layout and design experience
Three to four years of related experience strongly preferred
Primary field of study: Computer Science, or technical area with computer experience
Extensive experience with server-side scripting languages (e.g., PHP, Ruby, Python, NodeJS)
Working knowledge of web accessibility standards
Functional and technical needs analysis to create and/or implement project specifications
Project management and documentation
Experience with graphic design software (e.g., Photoshop, Illustrator)
No relocation assistance or visa sponsorship provided for this position.
This is a full-time, non-academic staff, benefits eligible opportunity located on the Ithaca campus.
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Prog Analyst II
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