sunapsis is an IU developed application for international admissions and immigration student and scholar compliance used system-wide at IU and also used by 100+ institutions of higher education and research institutes.
Serves as part of the sunapsis Development Team and conducts systems analysis, programs new features, and fixes bugs. These case management solutions are built upon the SUNAPSIS software framework developed at Indiana University, and require programming in MS SQL Server, ColdFusion, Java, and XML technologies for services built upon this framework. Works in an agile development team on software project initiatives developed in Java and ColdFusion.
Works with Senior Analyst/Programmers to determine test cases and build tests for existing sunapsis functionality. Builds automated unit and integration testing in Testbox, JUnit, and tSQLt frameworks. Writes technical and initial functional documentation for newly coded features/bugs.
Provides technical support for the maintenance and upgrade of the underlying sunapsis infrastructure components, including packaging and deployment of releases. Provides consultation to the sunapsis Client Relations teams to aid in resolving technical issues for users at client institutions including IU.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
Bachelor's degree in computer science, informatics, or information science; or two years of programming experience in an academic or professional setting and a bachelor's degree in another discipline with an advanced mathematics component such as Economics, Mathematics, or Chemistry. Background in the field of immigration for higher education. Demonstrated ability working in a client/programmer environment. Core database understanding, such as writing SELECT, INSERT, and UPDATE queries on Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, or Oracle. Experience with either ColdFusion or Java. Experience with using sunapsis or developing pluggable components for it.
$50,000.00 - $55,000.00 per year.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 2IT
Job Function: Information Technology
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