Application Developer for Identity Services
New York University 346 reviews - New York, NY

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The Identity and Database Services (IDS) group with ITS .edu Services offers a wide range of services to the NYU community. Identity services enable secure, role-based access to NYU applications; Database services provide a data foundation for identity services and a variety of broadly-used NYU applications.

ITS at New York University is seeking an Application Developer to support and develop our identity and account management systems, especially groups management. This person requires knowledge of advanced programming concepts, knowledge of web programming technologies, as well as familiarity with Identity Management, all at the enterprise level. This position reports to the manager of the .edu Services Database and Identity Services team.

Qualifications/Required Education:
Bachelor's degree.

Preferred Education:
Required Experience:
3 years information technology implementation and development experience; broad programming experience (e.g. for internet, operating systems, applications); or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

Preferred Experience:
Java, Javascript, Identity Management products (especially Internet2 Grouper), Perl, LDAP, Apache, web containers, Unix/Linux expertise, Oracle.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: (include unique competencies, certification, licenses, etc.):

Excellent analytical and problem solving skills. Ability to effectively communicate with individuals at all levels including non-technical users.

Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: (include unique competencies, certification, licenses, etc.):

Special Instructions to Applicants:
Projected Position Start Date:

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