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The Development Services team consists of several different programming disciplines and roles. This position will focus on web based “front-end” development. The successful candidate will have strong demonstrated experience with:
Candidates with experience in any of the following technologies will be favored:
The successful candidate should also have a strong understanding of the principles of:
University Systems (http://www.uvic.ca/systems/) serves a diverse client base including students, faculty and world-renowned researchers. We consist of three major units: Academic & Administrative Services, Infrastructure Services, and UVic Online, all working together to provide computing, communications and technology in support of the university's learning, teaching, research and administrative activities. We support high profile research projects like VENUS, NEPTUNE and ATLAS and work as part of the BCNET consortium. We exist in a complex work environment where we must effectively navigate complex, cutting edge and ever-changing technology, and information security and privacy issues in order to be the best information systems organization in the Canadian university system.
Our normal business hours are 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, while client-facing service entities may be open from 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM; system maintenance may be performed off-hours and major issues are responded to on a 24/7 basis.
The UVic Online department within University Systems at the University of Victoria plays a pivotal role in implementing new enterprise-wide software systems, continuously improving existing systems, and providing University-wide data stewardship. We are a dynamic team which continues to implement exciting and powerful software systems -- systems which have enabled UVic to become one of the most technologically advanced and well integrated universities in North America.
The Programmer/Analyst will assist in the analysis, design, development, maintenance and support of enterprise information systems for the University of Victoria. Systems may include business applications, cross-application data interfaces, reports, tools and customizations, as required, including working with Oracle databases and PL/SQL programming to develop forms, reports, interfaces and workflows.
Functions include: in-depth analysis and investigation of business/functional requirements, development, maintenance and enhancement of information systems and the creation of related documentation related to the implementation of information systems. Consults with and trains technical and functional staff on the use of enterprise information systems.
University Systems’ Values are: Teamwork, Customer Satisfaction, Communication & Information Sharing, Continuous Learning, Improvement Coaching and Mentoring, Balance Home and Work, Accountability.
Bachelor’s degree in a computer science discipline with an emphasis on modern programming practice and broad exposure to systems analysis and relational database methodologies and at least 3 years of related experience, including SQL, PL/SQL and the Oracle suite of tools. Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered.
In addition, requires:
Experience with any of the following will be considered an asset: Oracle Forms and Reports, Oracle APEX, SungardHE Banner, Infosilem, Millennium FAST, FAMIS, Banner XtenderSolutions, SungardHE Banner Workflow, Groovy on Grails, HTML5, jQuery, PHP, SpringSource, Identity Management and SAS
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