The Information Technology Service Group provides administrative, faculty, and research IT assistance to the College of Engineering, Computing and Information Science, and Cornell Tech in partnership with Cornell's Central IT unit. Members of this team work collaboratively to provide Applications and Reporting, Infrastructure, Instructional, Desktop, Network, Research, Security, and Web support.
The COE/CIS Information Technology Service Group (ITSG) provides administrative, faculty, and research IT assistance to the College of Engineering, Computing and Information Science, and Cornell Tech in partnership with Cornell's Central IT unit. Within the ITSG group, the enterprise Applications and Reporting team provides data delivery, reporting, business intelligence, data capture, and workflow tools needed to help administer these two units. The primary responsibilities of the Applications Programmer III position are:
Support Existing Apps
Provide regular maintenance and break/fix support for existing applications.
Customize and support complex server applications and reporting infrastructure.
Respond to customer needs for support.
Develop technical documentation and support materials, and help develop training materials.
Data Delivery and Reporting
Create reports and analysis documents using data from the campus and local datamarts.
Develop custom web applications for workflow and other needs.
Develop database applications.
Be an active agile team member using an iterative approach including significant stakeholder engagement.
Business Analysis, Advising, and Project Management
Provide consulting for staff and faculty in identifying possible solutions for business needs.
Work with stakeholders to do business analysis and develop requirements.
Evaluate commercial products and make purchase recommendations based on requirements.
Manage projects using lightweight and agile project management methods.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent required, plus three years of relevant experience. Proven ability in database design, data analysis, and information system development. Effective analytical skills. Strong requirement gathering and specification skills. Ability to analyze and solve problems, and to develop and implement creative solutions. Solid oral and written communication skills and strong customer service focus. Ability to develop effective working relationships and participate as a team member. Tact and diplomacy with a flexible and positive approach are required to perform these job functions.
Bachelor's or Master's degree in CS/IS. Experience in the following: Databases (MS SQL Server, Oracle, Filemaker, MySQL); Web development (ColdFusion, PHP, C#, Drupal); CRM tools (Salesforce); Linux and Windows administration and system programming; Agile development methods; Business intelligence tools, such as Oracle Business Intelligence Suite, Hyperion, Brio, or Tableau.
Relocation services and VISA sponsorship is not available with this position.
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Applications Programmer III
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