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IS Systems Development Services Senior - PROJECT

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IS Systems Development Services Senior - Developer - PROJECT
(Programmer/Analyst)
Posting Date:
May 21, 2012

There is a IS Systems Development Services Senior vacancy in the Office of Instructional, Communication & Information Technology.  The work schedule for this
full-time, year-round project position is Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.  Minimum published starting salary range for this job classification is $22.026/hr to $36.343/hr ($45,990 to $75,884 annualized) plus excellent benefits. The starting salary will be dependent upon a number of variables which may include: qualifications and skills, equity within the department, and available budget. The anticipated completion date for this project is 12/31/2014.

For more information, including how to apply, please click here: http://wisc.jobs/public/job_view.asp?annoid=60177&jobid=59692&index=true

Cert #: 4130

IS Systems Development Services Senior

Instructional, Communication and Information Technology (iCIT)
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Position Summary:

This position performs advanced professional information system (IS) tasks, under general supervision, on Oracle/PeopleSoft systems. Duties include: system analysis and design functions and advanced programming tasks, as well as consulting with, assisting, and instructing functional users in the use of IS applications and tools.

50% A.  Develop advanced system analysis and design specifications for new computing applications, customizations of existing systems, or interface in accordance with department standards and guidelines.
  A1. Work with users to define needed systems, customizations, or interfaces to perform required business functions.
  A2. Identify and document system and user requirements.
  A3. Design systems, customizations, or interfaces to meet identified requirements.
  A4. Design logical and physical database views as required to develop or maintain effective applications systems.
  A5. Consult with functional area experts to study business problems and define business process requirements.
  A6. Assist customers in identifying modifications or new development necessary to implement solutions to business requirements.
  A7. Formulate, justify, and present design alternatives to IS management and functional areas including timelines and cost/benefit analysis.
  A8. Review designs with other Instructional, Communication and Information Technology (iCIT) units.
  A9. Develop time estimates, test plans, and implementation schedules.
  A10. Review program requirements to gain an understanding of programming problems.
  A11. Participate in specification reviews or walk-throughs to assure satisfaction of program requirements.
  A12. Code, test, and debug (or direct the coding, testing, and debugging of) complex computer programs and procedures in compliance with standards using advanced techniques and appropriate languages.
  A13. Conduct system testing to assure correct functioning within the system.

30% B.  User and production support
  B1. Assist customers in troubleshooting problems with campus applications and determine appropriate solutions.
  B2. Assist users in use of tools for queries and reporting.
  B3. Conduct user training sessions on how to use their department's applications system and tools they provide.
  B4. Assist users in preparing functional area documentation.
  B5. Resolve and coordinate fixes of production problems with functional users

15% C.  Prepare documentation for and coordinate implementation of new systems or customizations.
  C1. Assemble program documentation according to department standards to provide other analyst/programmers with the information to understand the program structure and logic.
  C2. Prepare systems documentation that defines the program's function within the system.
  C3. Prepare operations documentation that gives execution requirements and special archiving requirements.

5% D.  Participate in professional development programs.
  D1. Instruct staff in information systems techniques and new methodologies, tools, and techniques.
  D2. Read books and periodicals to improve understanding of existing and new information technologies.
  D3. Attend appropriate seminars, classes, training sessions, and workshops to increase technical knowledge and communication skills.

Knowledge Required
•Strong technical skills, experience in JAVA, PeopleTools, and PeopleCode, SQL, Query and relational databases
•Strong customer service orientation
•Demonstrated problem solving skills
•Strong written and oral communication skills
•Application classes and object-oriented programming concepts is a plus
•B.A. or B.S. from a four year college or university in Information Systems, Computer Science, or related field