Application Developer II
Job Description Summary: Job ID: 4475 - Unclassified - FT (Salaried)
The Application Developer II is a member of the Office of the University Registrar staff and is responsible for application development and technology services with a primary focus on the Ellucian Banner environment, implementation and integration of locally hosted and SaaS third party software, development of custom solutions, and application support.
Duties/Physical Demands: Gather and document requirements. Design, develop, modify, test, and implement computer applications using agile techniques. May include the appropriate design and use of error handling, logging, APIs, code reuse, etc. Under specific or general direction plan and execute third party software implementations and integrations with a focus on using APIs and reusing code. Participate in change management procedures. Create and execute multiple levels of test plans including automation of tests. Provide support and problem resolution of computer applications. Coordinate support with other IT Services areas. Work closely and collaboratively with the EMSS Tech team to share development knowledge and skills. Provide demonstrations and training on new and modified computer applications. Provide and maintain documentation on computer applications. Work with University Registrar staff to suggest solutions to problems. Learn and understand University Registrar business processes, functions, and data structures. Actively seek to balance excellent customer service with efficient operations. Participate in professional development activities. Perform other related duties as required or assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field obtained by the date of hire
2 years of experience in web-based, application development and using database management systems in application development
Any equivalent combination of education and /or experience providing the knowledge/skills/abilities listed above may be substituted.
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