GENERAL SUMMARY The overall purpose of the Application Developer/Analyst position is to deliver robust yet user-friendly technical applications/tools that support business processes and investigator research in the Children's Research Institute Center for the Research Informatics Core. It is expected that the individual in this position will develop strong analytical and technical knowledge in informatics, and develop a strong appreciation for medical perspectives in information technology. The effectiveness of these applications will be measured by lowered cost of doing business, increased cure rates, and reduced therapy side effects. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 1.
Passion for teamwork and knowledge sharing. 2. Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Electronic/Electrical Engineering, or equivalent experience. 3.
Three to five years programming experience; three to five years of systems experience; three years of application development experience in an environment similar to Children's Research Institute. 4. Knowledge of Full Life Cycle Development, modeling tools (UML, ORM), software development Agile methodology, and standard project management practices. 5.
Experience in developing projects under source code control. 6. Solid experience in the development and testing of .NET applications, including fundamental knowledge of the .NET framework and utilization of tools from the Microsoft .NET suite (VB.NET, ASP.NET, ADO.NET). Experience with the latest Windows Operating Systems (2000, 2003, XP, etc.) 7.
Solid experience with the J2EE platform and Java-based applications. Experience with UNIX and Linux Operating Systems. 8. Development experience using XML/XSL, SOAP, and related standards.
9. Demonstrated ability to devise efficient database schemas. 10. SQL Server administration, SQL queries, and Stored Procedures.
11. Oracle 8i/10g/11g administration. 12. Knowledge of Microsoft Sharepoint development.
13. Experience with both light and heavy client applications. 14. Strong experience with browser-based applications.
15. Excellent relationship, communication, and presentation skills. 16. Analytical thinker, problem solver, and consensus-builder.
MINIMUM PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS 1. Typing on a keyboard - Frequently (34-66%) 2. Talking on phone/in person Occasionally (0-33%) 3. Able to lift up to 50 lbs.
Pressure may arise in the face of deadlines associated with grants, required documentation related to the physician's OSU faculty appointment, etc.
- Occasionally (0-33%) 4. Standing/walking - Occasionally (0-33%) 5. Pressure in this position will vary depending on the workload. The workload will be heavy but manageable most of the time.
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