Associate Director, Enrollment Management System Services
Job ID: 2021-7785 Type: University Enrollment Management (WS1960) # of Openings: 1 Category: Technology New York University
Design, code, test, implement, debug and maintain Registrar's Office intranet and internet web applications. Consult with administrators and ITS to design and program system requirements. Develop programs and modules to provide administrators, faculty and students access to student records in Albert, the University's web-based access to the Student Information System (SIS) and self-service portal. Analysis, design, programming, testing, and maintenance of all the web entities that are owned by SIS office. Additional responsibilities include maintenance for Office of the University Registrar's public website, Internal Memo Management application, Transcript Requests Management application, Cross-Minor Declaration Form application, and the Withdrawal Form application. Supervise and cross-train team members.
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related field of study.
Preferred Education: Master's Degree in Information Systems.
Required Experience: 5+ years experience with web development and 2+ year(s) of PeopleSoft Portal & CS9 development experience and/or certification. Web experience must include standard development technologies, relational databases, and have an understanding of Object-oriented coding and best practices. Working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop is also required.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Knowledge of UNIX, and dynamic web application framework such as AJAX & Ruby on Rails. Project Management skills.
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