SOFTWARE ENGINEER #00025685
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job ID: 34535
Information Technology - Research Support Services
Open Until Filled
Full Time/Part Time
Full Time, Benefit eligible
$53,600 - $96,992/annually
Basic Function & Responsibilities
Individuals employed within this professional title series are responsible for designing and controlling
the use of an organization's data resources. They analyze the interrelationships of data usage and define
physical data structures and logical views of data elements. They utilize the facilities of database
management systems and data dictionary software packages to control the data usage. Their
responsibilities can range from the design and creation of data structures to the procedures required to
ensure data security, database backup/recovery and the elimination of data redundancy.
Essential Functions (top five critical functions)
- Consult with and advise Programmers, Programmer Analysts and users regarding system
problems/failures and programming errors; recommend solutions or adjustments. Consult with
staff, faculty and users on technical problems of varying complexity.
- Installs, designs, maintains, and enhances the University's code repositories, operating
environment and coding standards.
- Independently performs programming and analysis work to automate/improve user determined
processes. Performs work assignments while staying within the capacity and limitations of
operating time and form of desired results.
- Maintains appropriate documentation on developed programs/reports. Prepare detailed
flowcharts, block diagrams, machine instructions and documentation for use as a permanent
record and future reference by users and supporting Information Technology personnel.
- Train staff, faculty, and users on software/systems developed and provide technical support.
Provide redundancy in support of software/systems used and produced by staff, faculty, and
Expected to perform under limited supervision. Most normal duties and responsibilities are
handled independently with the use of established procedures and policies. Difficult or unique
situations are referred to the supervisor.
Depending on the individual work assignment and personal skills, leadership may be exercised
over support staff assigned to a project, or general guidance provided to a project team.
In appraising the relative qualifications of candidates for all levels, consideration will be given to the
extent and type of experience with various information technology functions and to the extent and
type of pertinent education and formal training. At the time a job opening is posted the hiring
department will specify required knowledge and skills pertaining to specific technologies/software/equipment.
Working knowledge of or proven capability to quickly learn programming languages, operating
systems, an IDE, report generators, database management, direct access techniques, remote
processing and virtual systems to be utilized / supported within the hiring operating unit.
Knowledge of data modeling concepts and design techniques, database definitions, testing and
debugging, generating and maintaining database management systems and applying security
concepts while designing and maintaining database structure data integrity.
Practical experience writing in one or more programming languages or 4th generation languages
for multi-use/multi-tasking environments.
Effective communication and interpersonal skills - sufficient to effectively elicit IT information
from users, train users in technical procedures / design, and document IT related procedures.
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the
course of a work assignment and to participate as a member of a cross departmental project
Time management skills and organizational ability for project management.
Ability to work under pressure; meet inflexible deadlines; deal with difficult individuals while
Evening, weekend and call-in work may be required to meet deadlines and correct system
Knowledge of software development processes.
Proficient web development Web documentation skills.
Knowledge of database design and management.
Experience with embedded system development.Comments
The final candidate is required to provide copies of official transcript(s) for any college degree(s) listed in application materials submitted. Copies of transcript(s) should be provided prior to the start of employment. In addition, the final candidate may be required to verify other credentials listed in application materials.
Failure to provide official transcript(s) or other required verification may result in the withdrawal of the job offer.
All job offers are contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check.
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