Job Requisition Number: 26721. In 2017, a new department was established to oversee the operations of the software solution installed during 2016 to replace the university's constellation of disparate student systems. The department is part of Information Systems and Technology in the Administration division.
The objective of the SIS department is to operationalize a continuous cycle of technical improvement and feature enhancements in the new PeopleSoft Campus Solutions system and its associated applications implemented as part of the Student Information Systems Project. These applications support processes in admissions, enrollment, registration, financial aid, student accounts, advising, and a student portal. To ensure the success of these mission-critical systems, the new department will be staffed with a blend of technical and functional experts who will test and implement new features, respond to campus needs, and keep all systems running optimally throughout the academic cycle.
The Applications Programming Manager position Involves writing programs in a computer language, designing related databases, web interfaces and content, or multimedia processes. Designs, develops, modifies, tests and evaluates and maintains computer programs. Work includes test-to-production processes, quality assurance, maintenance and documentation of applications. Includes web applications programming.
Technical Team Management: Develops and monitors operational and budget processes, staff FTE, finance, human resources and space planning. Manages, through subordinate leads, the coordination of activities of a department with responsibility for results in terms of costs, methods, and employees.
Technical Management: •Sets technical direction; plans, provides technical deliverables and manages project schedules and scope. Manages and coordinates release planning and knowledge transfer for sustaining support services. •Determines technical strategy and scope; partners with business system analysts and user experience designers; develops realistic estimates and proposals for IT services. Balances the long-term (or *big picture*) and short-term implications of individual technical decisions; has expert understanding of the broader impact of work efforts across architectural system components, critical business processes and applications.
Leadership & Communication: •Strong written communication demonstrated in review of technical specifications and technical proposals. •Clear verbal communication with the ability to present technical content to both technical and non-technical audiences.•Bachelor’s degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training •Minimum 5 years’ experience in managing IT teams and/or projects. •Minimum 5 years’ experience working on ERP or other mission-critical systems •Demonstrated track record of managing all aspects of the software and service development activities and processes. •Ability to manage and coordinate day-to-day activities and work closely with various stakeholders to ensure issues are addressed in a timely fashion and in accordance with project team expectations. •Ability to understand, write, review and recommend coding in Oracle’s PeopleSoft technology. •Demonstrated track record of managing and leading high-performance teams toward the successful attainment of challenging goals. •Demonstrated reputation for being respected as a leader, influential in the organization, and a team player. •Ability to work in a dynamic environment with competing priorities. •A team player comfortable with working across other groups and collaborating with customers, stakeholders, technologists, and management. •High commitment to excellence, collaboration, team achievement, and good communication. •Requires knowledge of applications programming function, organizational effectiveness and health and safety (ergonomics, stress). •Must have knowledge of campus and system protocols and procedures for budget and account management. •Abilities in critical thinking, persuasion/negotiation, conflict resolution, mentoring and staff development, leadership/management, problem solving, human resources policies and procedures relating to management responsibilities. •Strong verbal and written communication skills, quantitative and analytical abilities, and mechanical applications programming systems skills.
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