Review and analyze business and technical requirements.
Review peerâ™s code, perform code testing and ensure appropriate implementation standards are met.
Provide support and maintenance for existing applications.
Design, develop and test software, features and models according to specifications.
Provide appropriate written documentation of project development and programming code.
Solve complex problems and work at a high technical level in all phases of development.
Investigates, analyzes and resolves day-to-day technical problems using standard procedures.
Works with stakeholders to gather and analyze requirements for developmental programs. Receives a moderate level of guidance to design applications to meet University and business requirements.
Performs code testing on components and works to ensure that appropriate implementation standards are met. Evaluates design alternatives for development cost and solutions using various methods.
Supports and maintains existing applications. Works with web developers and responds to requests from users.
Performs other related work as needed.
Bachelor's degree in computer science, mathematics, statistics, engineering, or a related field.
Master's or Doctoral degree in computer science, mathematics, statistics, engineering, or a related field.
2+years of relevant software development experience, full cycle preferred, including design, coding, testing, and support.
Knowledge of web applications, REST API, microservices, and containers.
Knowledge of Elasticsearch, PostgreSQL, Spark, Hadoop, and data analysis.
Knowledge of configuration management utilities (Chef, Salt, Ansible) and container-based deployment solutions (Docker, Kubernetes).
High performance/cloud computing experience (AWS, GCP, Openstack).
Unix/Linux programming, open source, and version control experience.
Experience with CI/CD and Agile methodologies.
Ability to work in a collaborative team used to minimal supervision and oversight and ensure accountability for deliverables and outcomes.
Ability to take a broad plan and break it into incremental tasks and ensure the completion of each task, meeting the required level of quality.
Ability to prioritize and manage workload to meet critical project milestones and deadlines.
Ability to persuade others to adopt new structures or systems in order to meet objectives.
Confidentiality related to sensitive matters such as strategic initiatives, trade secrets, quiet periods, and scientific discoveries yet to be put in the public domain.
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