Develops and maintains applications, integrations, web services, APIâ™s, reports and other processes with C#, ASP.net and Microsoft SQL Server technologies.
Designs user interfaces for new web applications and enhances the user interface for existing applications.
Participates in all phases of application development including, but not limited to regular consultation with clients and business analysts to validate understanding of requirements; creation of design specifications for the user interfaces, business logic, application code, process flows, data structures, metadata and other components as required; unit testing and supporting integration and system testing.
Analyzes and recommends new technologies and integrates those technologies into the developer toolset.
Acts as a technical consultant and resource for faculty research, teaching, and/or administrative projects.
Leads or coordinates teams or projects for activities relating to software support and/or development.
Performs other related work as needed.
Bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field.
A minimum seven years of experience developing and supporting applications.
A minimum of four years developing applications on the ASP .Net framework in C# utilizing Microsoft Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server.
Background developing and supporting Identity Management applications utilizing Active Directory, Grouper and LDAP functionality.
Adept at developing within the Sitecore CMS.
Strong TFS experience with the ability to create automated builds.
Working knowledge with user interface design focusing on human factors and usability.
Proficiency with Microsoft SQL and SQL Server.
Strong problem solving skills and the ability to quickly identify options and make recommendations to solve issues.
Excellent oral and written communications skills.
SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), and Java script development experience.
Solid analytical skills with the ability to assess complex problems and translate them into a functioning solution.
Advocate best practices in software design and demonstrated use of practices in previous positions.
Work both independently and in a team environment.
Manage multiple projects simultaneously, adjust priorities when necessary and consistently meet deadlines.
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