Cornell University is seeking two (2) positions to focus on PeopleSoft financial aid development, support, and process automation. Each position requires a minimum of 5 years working with the PeopleSoft's Campus Solutions Financial Aid module. The individuals must be self-motivated to research and discover solutions that address complex business problems, drive efficiencies and instill confidence in the underlying processes and data outcomes.
The Senior PeopleSoft Developer - Specialized in Financial Aid will
Have proven experience, working at a senior level, as a PeopleSoft Financial Aid developer.
Work closely with IT team and Financial Aid Staff including other programmers and functional users to ensure reporting and processing is following federal, state and institutional regulations.
Have demonstrated PeopleSoft experience as an Application Developer using Cobol, SQRs,PeopleCode, Application Designer, Application Engine, PeopleTools 8.55+, PeopleSoft Integration Broker, BI Publisher, Change Assistant, DataMover, Component Interface, Process Scheduler utilizing technical skills from analysis, design, development, testing, and maintenance.
Write accurate complex queries using SQL, stored procedures and PS Query.
Write and analyze time sensitive ad hoc reports using SQL, SQR, and delivered functionality.
Possess in-depth technical understanding of PeopleSoft Campus Solutions 9.2 including the academic structure, campus community and the financial aid module including the FA setup tables (such as awarding, terms, budgets, packaging, loans, disbursements, title IV, eligibility etc), Oracle table structures, data relationships/dependencies structure, cobol processing, workflows and reporting.
Have experience with Oracle relational database management systems.
Design scalable PeopleSoft solutions that reduce operational overhead.
Design comprehensive technical solutions based on business specifications.
Collaborate with subject matter experts to create technical solutions.
Interpret, and apply a wide variety of regulations, policies and procedures; perform research and analysis; understand complex data structures and relationships; compile, write and present comprehensive design specifications and business requirements; communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience. Minimum 5 years experience working as a PeopleSoft application developer in Campus Solutions and a minimum of 4 years experience working directly with the Financial Aid module.
The successful candidate will possess the following skills, abilities and experience:
Developing in the PeopleSoft Financial Aid module.
PeopleSoft application design and development, full-lifecycle management.
PeopleSoft technical skills ranging from analysis and design to coding and testing.
PeopleSoft experience as an Application Developer with SQR and PeopleCode experience at an expert level, including experience in successful large-scale PeopleSoft Campus Solutions implementations.
Thorough and updated knowledge of relevant technologies; for example, Application Designer, Application Engine, PeopleTools 8.55+, PeopleCode, PeopleSoft Integration Broker, BI Publisher, SQR, Change Assistant, DataMover, Component Interface, and Process Scheduler.
In-depth technical understanding of PeopleSoft Campus Solutions 9.2 and/or CS 9.0 and demonstrated expertise in web server applications, web services, and Fluid UI.
Oracle relational database management systems and working knowledge of Oracle 12c.
Working effectively with teams and proven collaborative abilities (motivating, fostering teamwork, resolving conflict, collaborative problem solving) across organization boundaries and with business and technical groups at all levels.
Software deployment, maintenance and production support.
Defining, maintaining and monitoring complex solutions and integrations.
On-premise, managed hosting and/or SaaS deployments. Ability to rapidly learn new deployment and support methodologies.
System optimization, performance tuning and process automation.
Working with external hosting providers and external/remote consultants.
Excellent communication and customer service skills.
Advanced problem solving and analytical skills.
Effectively manage workload in order to accomplish all project related tasks, on-time and within budget.
Work effectively and collaboratively in a deadline driven, complex, team-based environment and balance conflicting priorities and projects.
Attention to detail, decision making/judgment, organizational skills and prioritization skills.
Documenting, interpreting and implementing solutions based on requirements.
No Visa sponsorship available for this position.
No relocation assistance available for this position.
University Job Title:
Applications Programmer IV
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