Carnegie Mellon, one of the world leaders in higher education and research, is searching for an
join Computing Service/Administrative Computing Service team. This position will report to the Asst. Director and is responsible for supporting, developing, maintaining, upgrading and troubleshooting Research Administration Applications. This position will take leadership and responsibility on the Sponsored Programs and Research Compliance System (SPARCS) application and work closely with the functional team. This position will also closely work with other enterprise systems to successfully integrate SPARCS. Carnegie Mellon embraces diversity as a core value - central and indivisible from the pursuit of intellectual and artistic excellence.
- Education: BS Degree in Information Science, Computer Science, Software Engineering or other relevant field or equivalent combination of training and experience.
• 3 years of industry experience as a professional software developer building multi-tier, scalable, enterprise level products
• 3 years’ experience in developing applications using C#/.NET, SQL Server, and related technologies
• Proficient in writing SQL queries and understanding of relational database architectures and tools.
• Experience in integrating enterprise applications using web services and SOA technologies.
• Experience in Agile software development such as Scrum
• Experience with software implementation/support in a Microsoft Windows environment
• The successful candidate will be working with a diverse team that supports Research Administration Applications.
• Ability to understand business processes and translate to technical design
• Ability to diagnose and resolve system related problems as they pertain to communication, configuration, or performance issues.
• Able to manage a complex workload, shifting priorities
• Ability to develop and implement custom programs/workflow for enhancing the functionality of applications.
• Exceptional customer service and time management skills
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Ability to work in a team environment with excellent interpersonal skills
• Work on other projects and tasks as deemed necessary by the team and business
- Physical Mobility: Normally sedentary position with some mobility; i.e., able to travel to various campus locations.
- Environmental Conditions: Close contact with computer monitor for prolonged periods
• Ability to work under pressure; meet inflexible deadlines; deal with difficult individuals while maintaining composure.
• Ability to consider the impact the of decisions he/she makes, or the solutions he/she recommends, on the company’s business operations
- Other: Evening and weekend work may be required to meet deadlines.
- Education: Master Degree in Information Science, Computer Science, Software Engineering or equivalent combination of training and experience.
• Experience in working jointly with the Infrastructure team to install, configure, and maintain research administration software.
• Experience in providing technical expertise and support for research administration applications and systems integration.
• Experience in working with security and disaster recovery teams and accommodating desired requirements in the application.
• Communicate effectively with a wide range of audiences (technical and non-technical).
• Work effectively in a team environment, collaborates with business customers, and other teams within the IT organization.
• Experience with electronic research administration applications and familiarity with data warehouse tools and concepts.
Regular Full Time
DIRECTOR ADMINISTRATIVE COMPUTING (COMP SVCS)
Minimum Education Level
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent
Carnegie Mellon University - 15 months ago
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