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What is Cornell University and what is Information Technology @ Cornell? Cornell University, unique among peers, is the federal land-grant institution of New York State, a private endowed university, and a member of the Ivy League. Information technologies (IT) is a strategic enabler for many functions at Cornell. Staff working in IT are found in most colleges and units across Cornell. We are comprised of many organizations, but we work as one. By being where Cornell faculty, staff, and students are, we are better able to offer support--whether needed at your desktop or to solve a major business, academic or research objective--to everyone at Cornell. Check out this link to find out more about [email protected].
What you will do:
As a member of the Cornell Central IT team, the Web Developer, in partnership with the Custom Development team will develop web applications that will range from small department applications (limited audience) to the enterprise level, where the web application is used by the entire Cornell Community.
What you will be:
As a web developer, you will develop and build new custom web applications, provide support to various custom applications, including reviewing support tickets and providing estimates to customers to perform the work. You will be expected to partner with project managers, business analysts, and customers to document functionality requirements to ultimately translate the customer ideas to cost effective technical solutions.
Additionally, you will have:
A bachelor's degree or equivalent experience, and at least 3 years of professional experience developing, maintaining and supporting web applications in PHP and/or PHP Frameworks (i.e., Laravel) in a collaborative team environment.
Experience with web application design and development, object-oriented design and development, relational databases, modern user interface/presentation technologies, testing strategies, source code management, and Development, Test, Production code migration practices
Comfortable using the command line in a Linux environment
Experience with Git or comparable version control system
Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects, while maintaining attention to detail
Must possess strong debugging and troubleshooting skills.
Able to assess and compare various alternatives and clearly communicate the tradeoffs.
Anticipate problems, identify how a problem and its solution will affect others, gather information prior to making decisions, weigh alternatives against objectives, and recommend reasonable solutions.
Understanding of web accessibility guidelines (e.g., Section 508 and WCAG 2.1), standards-based coding, and usability best practices in development.
Must write and speak effectively, clearly, and concisely, listen to others, respond professionally to feedback, and ask questions to ensure understanding.
Have experience on a team co-developing and co-supporting software products.
What we offer:
Great benefits that include educational benefits, access to a plethora of wellness programs, employee discounts with local and national retail brands, health care options to choose from, generous paid leave provisions: Paid vacation and health/personal time, 12 university paid holidays (including end of year winter break through New Year's Day) and superior retirement contributions.
An active and diverse community to work and thrive in! Cornell is situated in picturesque Ithaca, New York, the heart of the Finger Lakes. Ithaca is home to two academic institutions, state parks, waterfalls, gorges, and a wide range of art galleries, theaters, eateries, wineries, and breweries. Ithaca has something to suit all ages and interests!
University Job Title:
Applications Programmer III
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Prior relevant work or industry experience.
Education level to the extent education is relevant to the position.
Unique applicable skills.
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