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UW Information Technology (UW-IT) is the central information technology organization for the University of Washington, responsible for strategic planning, oversight, and direction of the UW’s IT infrastructure, resources, and services. IT Infrastructure within UW-IT, provides knowledgeable system design and administration, software engineering, and operational support for academic systems, administrative systems, research computing, and service management.
UW-IT’s services include managing UW central IT infrastructure and services, such as administrative systems and information management, networking, telecommunications, data centers, information security and privacy, academic and collaborative applications, computing infrastructure, IT services and strategic sourcing, accessible technology, and technology business continuity.
UW-IT has an outstanding opportunity for a Software Engineer.
The Software Engineer supports business process improvement through technical, design, leadership, and outreach work with UW Connect (ServiceNow). This includes coding, teaching, and ensuring best ITIL best practices with the UW Connect platform. This position leads the design and development of applications and workflows based on ITIL business process improvement best practices. Using both business analysis and technical development, the SASE analyzes current workflows, gathers requirements, identifies workflow and technical gaps, and works either independently or leading others to improve UW Connect. The SASE also leads internal, technical meetings with the engineering staff about both solutions and team workflow. This SASE position is also responsible for overseeing important parts of the University's UW Connect adoption (such as non-UW-IT subscribers) as a service manager.
Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Information Science, Computer Science, or related field or experience.
Experience with scope definition, requirements gathering, software development lifecycles, project management, and training.
Demonstrated ability to quickly learn and apply new methodologies, tools, etc.
Demonstrated excellent time management skills.
Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision: both independently and as part of a team.
Demonstrated excellent written/oral communication skills and technical documentation skills, user liason and personal interaction abilities.
Ability to navigate in a complex, diverse technology environment.
Experience with Agile software development methodologies/concepts.
Ability to speak and write about technical issues for both technical and non-technical audiences.
Experience as a functional leader or key contributor in complex, enterprise-wide, collaborative projects that have required significant business process change.
Proven ability to represent business stakeholders effectively and translate between business and technical requirements.
Familiarity with usage of request/incident ticketing software.
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
Familiarity with ITIL
Experience with ServiceNow
Experience with ServiceNow's proprietary language (Jelly)
Experience with database schema design
Knowledge and skills in object, data, metadata, process, and/or information modeling
Knowledge and skills using REST architecture/technologies and/or service-oriented architecture
Experience with project management related tools (such as Jira)
Knowledge of IT accessibility issues for users with disabilities; familiarity with accessibility standards and best practices; experience testing for accessibility; and demonstrated ability to design content/applications with accessibility considerations
Experience performing Scrum Master role
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Open office environment
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