Are you excited by the idea of building applications that bring lots of different types of data together to answer the big questions that keep a college running?
Do you like the idea of finding the relationships between student data, facilities data, employee data, and more and helping people make sense of it?
How about developing applications that better the work lives of faculty, staff, and students at Cornell?
If so, this job could be for you
Key responsibilities include:
*Developing, updating and maintaining code for college applications *Integrating applications from other teams to support college needs *Participating in project definition, gathering requirements and planning for implementations *Designing site interfaces and business flows in collaboration with stakeholders *Supporting the data infrastructure, including the local collection and management of data *Working with vendors to support 3rd party applications *Working with other team members to provide strong customer service to the community
Bachelor's degree, plus minimum 3 years relevant experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Demonstrated experience in following programming standards, best practices and agile development.
Strong track record of assessing and improving data quality.
Experience in requirements gathering and business/data/application analysis for application development and security within, and across, the College.
Ability to partner effectively with Project Managers and customers, providing status updates to support leads and customers while working on solutions.
Strong organizational skills, including agile programming concepts that effectively meet user needs within time/budget constraints while meeting established quality standards.
Strong interpersonal and communications skills; ability to work both independently and as part of a diverse team.
Strong customer service orientation
Flexibility, ability to adapt to changing priorities, situations and demands
Two to three years technical experience with multi-tier architecture and security, relational database systems, database design, software application design, and web database integration
2-3 years' experience with server-side scripting environment (ColdFusion, SP, ASP, PHP, etc)Experience with UI/UX development
Knowledge and understanding of Cornell and/or higher education administration, administrative systems and data including HR, Finance, Business Services, Research, Facilities and student data.
Experience with MSSQL database systems, including familiarity with table design and SQL programming
Experience in a higher education environment and the tiered and peer nature of data used across a college or university.
Knowledge of the services and systems required for the support and management of a web-based application hosting environment, such as how hosting environments, domain naming, SSL, and other ancillary services connect with web applications.
Working knowledge of alternative methods of accessing data, and visualizing or transforming data such as using Brio, Hyperion, Excel, or MS Access.
Essential Physical Requirements - Typically lifts less than 10 lbs
Visual - Close concentration
Hazards - Limited exposure
University Job Title:
Applications Programmer III
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