This position will be working closely with the CLAS Executive Associate Dean in order to facilitate data-driven decisions by acquiring data and turning those raw data into information. The successful candidate will be responsible for creating a sustainable framework of reporting tools by developing, implementing and supporting database-driven models. This position will also have some responsibilities for refining reports into executive level communication and should have excellent writing skills. The successful candidate must demonstrate a high level of confidentiality with a strong attention to detail.
- Data Analysis, Migration and Management
- Database Development/Reporting
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The Application Programmer position is aligned with the Application Developer group in CLAS Technology Services, and specifically deployed to the Department of Psychology. It will contribute to the design, installation, configuration, administration, security, operational integrity, and support of custom developed or integrated software solutions for administrative and research units. Software development, implementation, and maintenance associated with the applications are an integral part of the position’s scope of responsibilities. Projects include working directly with departmental contacts and end users, as well as other university contacts and outside vendors. Project assignments and priorities will be designated by strategic goals and vision of the department. Day to day operations may be set by the Department of Psychology’s technology lead in collaboration with the CLAS Technology Services Application Development Manager. May act as primary contact for Department of Psychology in absence of IT Manager. Successful candidate will be hired as Application Programmer/ Application Analyst (PIA1) or Application Developer (PIA2) based on years of relevant experience.
- Professional related experience (typically 1-3 years for Application Programmer or 3-5 years for Application Developer) designing, developing and maintaining database driven web applications in a professional environment.
- Experience with programming in PHP, Ruby, C#, Java, or other object oriented language.
- Basic skills with relational database design theory and SQL query languages. Demonstrated experience working with MySQL or MS SQL.
- Excellent communication and customer service skills, including the ability to communicate effectively and accurately, both orally and in writing, with technical and non-technical staff.
- Experience with IIS web server.
- Familiarity with web content management platforms such as Drupal.
- Experience with software design and database modeling.
- Familiarity with software development best practices such as source code control, issue tracking, testing, etc.
- Familiarity with agile software development
**NOTE: All qualifications to be demonstrated at the WORKING proficiency level for Application Developer and BASIC proficiency level for the Application Programmer/Analyst.**
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This position will function as office manager and coordinator of Digital Studio for Public Arts and Humanities activities, participate in the development of the annual budget and monitor transactions, work with Studio researchers, scholars and visitors and coordinate and collaborate on the development of symposia, seminars and meetings, coordinate competitive grant award programs, and serve as the HR unit contact. The Studio, an initiative of the Office of the Provost, was launched in fall 2011 to support innovative research in the humanities, in conjunction with Public Humanities in a Digital World, a campus-wide faculty cluster initiative. With the announcement of the Public Digital Arts Faculty Cluster Initiative, the Studio now also supports research in the arts.
Operational Support and Management
- Supports the day-to-day operational and programmatic needs of the Studio and contributes to office administration improvements and best practices.
- Provides support for grant development.
- Assists with planning of Studio events and programs.
- Manages schedules, draft correspondence, and make travel arrangements.
- Initiates HR transactions and function as first point of contact for HR related questions.
- Exercises knowledge of HR policies and procedures and provide basic guidance and advice.
- Initiates purchasing requests for supplies and equipment.
- Monitors accounts/expenditures; reconcile statements.
- Determines appropriateness of expenditures and contract or grant requirements.
- Primary contact for Studio in providing information and responding to inquiries. Gathers and provides information using available resources.
- Prepares and administer correspondence.
- Coordinates distribution of internal and external communication.
- Serves as main contact to faculty, staff, and students concerning inquiries requiring interpretation of policies, procedures and programs.
The department will hire either a PIA1 (Application Programmer/Analyst) or PIA2 (Application Developer) depending upon the qualifications of the applicants.
Salary range for PIA1 is $38,724 to commensurate and for the PIA2, $47,717 to commensurate.
This individual will design, develop and maintain web applications as a member of a development team supporting the Carver College of Medicine in the areas of teaching, research and administration.