This position will be responsible for programming, documentation, testing and maintenance of code for interactive applications supporting numerous activities and projects within the Center on Children, Families, and the Law. Guided by the IT Administrator this individual will work closely with other IT staff members, editors and graphic designers to develop and customize information systems and tools specific to particular projects. This individual will assist in developing design requirements, implement tests, and debug applications.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Infomation Technology or related field required. Familiarity with revision control systems (SVN, CVS, etc.) desirable. Knowledge of Perl helpful.