University of Idaho
$43,264 annually or higher depending on experience
Responsible for analyzing user information technology needs and designing new or modifying current web-based applications systems; defining system requirements; performing applications programming; providing end-user training. The Enterprise Development group within Information Technology Services (ITS) provides application programming, development, maintenance and higher level customer support for colleges, departments, UI institutional applications, and members of the general campus community. The Enterprise Developer is responsible for database development/integration, documentation, client support, defect tracking, version control, and ongoing collaboration with web and graphic designers and content managers.
Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Web Design or related field; OR
Associates degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Web Design or related field plus 2 years professional experience; OR equivalent combination of related education/experience totaling 4 years.
Experience in writing clear and concise documentation including requirements specifications, design documents, user manuals, test plans and email. This could include course work or anecdotal evidence.
Understanding of how to use/program databases such as Oracle, Microsoft SQL-Server and MySQL.
Knowledge of working with application-based security models and software development techniques to prevent software security issues such as SQL injection.
Five years of experience performing similar tasks or an equivalent combination of research experience and education.
Ability to verbally communicate effectively with people from a wide variety of technical and non-technical backgrounds.
Demonstrated knowledge of: programming techniques; system analysis and design; software products; computer system concepts; database management; statistical methods used to evaluate data; capabilities of computer systems; and database design and procedures.
Familiarity with standards and protocols such as ISO-9000, SSH, LDAP, FTP, HTTP.
Training in Agile development methodology and SCRUM.
Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) certification highly desirable.
Formal project management training or experience.
Experience in Ellucian Banner environment.
Experience with UNIX/LINUX operating systems.
Working knowledge of XML and/or JSON concepts.
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
Open Until Filled:
Position is open until filled by qualified candidate. Initial review will begin on June 10, 2019. Applications received before this date will have priority.
Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background check.
To apply, please visit: jobs.uidaho.edu
University of Idaho is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer.