Are you interested in working with a team of highly-skilled software applications developers? Are you passionate about learning new technologies? Do you enjoy creating technical solutions that meet the needs of a broad cross-section of clients? Are you energized by working in a university setting that continuously provides opportunities to stay on the cutting-edge of many innovative software applications development tools?
The Department of Business Core Systems is looking for a Full-time Software Applications Developer. Reporting to the SR. IT Manager, this Software Applications Developer is responsible for the design and implementation of applications' build, release, deployment, and configuration activities. Other responsibilities include working with internal business partners to gather requirements, prototyping, and architecting, implementing/updating solutions, building and executing test plans, performing quality reviews, triaging and fixing operational and production issues.
Create technical design specifications and Install/configure solutions
Develop/build IT solutions to meet business requirements
Integrate solutions with other applications and platforms outside the framework
Convert functional requirements into technical requirements
Translate business and technical requirements into test cases, test scenarios and scripts
Develop/implement reusable components
Code and document custom test automation frameworks
Maintain new and existing object reference files
Perform script maintenance and updates due to changes in requirements or implementation
Assists with setup and maintenance of test environments for both manual and automated testing
Adhere to all development standards and procedures
Experience working on software upgrades and/or integrations
Deploys new modules, upgrades and fixes to the production environment
Document and complete knowledge transfer to production support
Review modules for quality assurance
Provide technical coaching and mentoring to less-experienced team members
Work on moderate to complex tasks in support of one or more projects that require a singular area of expertise
Technical skill in multiple technical environments and knowledge of a specific business area
Create and share development estimates and operational requirements to enable accurate planning with realistic timelines.
May serve as a liaison between client partners, BCS, and vendors in coordination with project managers to provide technical solutions that address end-user needs.
Write and communicate business requirements and technical specifications for the implementation of client solutions.
Work closely with leadership to assure all systems are in line with BCS's long-term strategy
Bachelor's degree (in progress) in Programming/Systems or Computer Science or other related field and 3 years relevant technical or business work experience– OR – Associate's degree (in progress) in Programming/Systems or Computer Science Information Systems or related field with 9 years of relevant technical or business related experience –OR – H/S diploma and 15 years relevant technical or business related work experience.
Experience working in applications, systems or IT operations.
Knowledge of an agile team environment and process.
Experience in writing and debugging complex SQL
Excellent troubleshooting and problem solving skills.
Requires working knowledge of two or more programming languages.
Comfort with frequent, incremental code, testing and deployment.
Proficiency with PeopleSoft applications and PeopleTools, preferably Campus Solutions
Experience using Application Designer, Application Engine, PS Query, PeopleCode, SQR, Oracle SQL, Integration Broker, Component Interface, BI Publisher, Equation Engine and COBOL.
Experience with code reviews, thorough unit testing, and developing suggested test plans
Solid interpersonal skills, with ability to work well with people of all levels of information technology expertise and comfort in varied organizational relationships.
Ability to participate in rotational on-call support
The University of Cincinnati, as a multi-national and culturally diverse university, is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and diverse place of learning and employment. As part of a complete job application you will be asked to include a Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion statement.
The University of Cincinnati is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer / M / F / Veteran / Disabled.
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