The Systems Analyst III takes lead responsibility for area specific components of the College’s enterprise systems. In addition to providing customer service to end users, the Systems Analyst III will act as a mentor to other systems staff and provide systems technical direction to Information Technology Services (ITS) staff.
Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities: 1. Lead the design, development and implementation of new and/or modified systems. 2. Mentor systems staff in regard to support, technical troubleshooting, project completion, and other areas as identified. 3. Coordinate and lead the technical support for one or more modules of the College’s information system. 4. Provide technical direction to ITS staff on system details and on the use of standard computer tools (report writers, utilities, etc.) required to meet user’s information needs as well as more advanced technologies including middle-tier application servers. 5. Apprise ITS staff of new or modified systems through demonstrations and user documentation. 6. Assist the Director with staffing responsibilities including identifying individual training needs, performance assessments, interviewing for open positions and other duties as needed. 7. Research and solve problems both independently and as a part of a team. 8. Actively participate in meetings with other ITS staff and end users when appropriate. 9. Understand and translate business requirements into technical solutions. 10. Continually upgrade knowledge of and ability to use new tools and technologies. 11. Work with the end users to ensure that the data in the College’s information system is secure, accurate, accessible, and appropriately documented. 12. Work with end users and other systems development staff to create specifications for new programs, tables, forms and reports. 13. Perform other related duties as assigned by the Director, Systems Development.
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