salary is between $45,990 and $65,000 per year depending upon experience
and qualifications, plus excellent benefits. This position is in pay
schedule and pay range 07-03. A six-month probationary period is required.
regarding the position may be directed to Ann Bradshaw, Division of
Enrollment Management at (608) 262-0989 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The previous publication date was October 9, 2012. The previous deadline
date was November 19, 2012. Application materials must be submitted by
March 7, 2013.
Office of Student Financial Aid, located in the Division of Enrollment
Management at UW-Madison is seeks a developer proficient in Java and experience
with database design and web-database applications to develop and maintain
the Common Scholarship System (CSA) using Oracle Fusion technologies, such
as Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF).
The person in this position will develop and enhance
Java-based web applications employing the use of complex, emerging
technology. In addition, this position is responsible for production
support including working with Oracle to analyze and submit cases providing
documentation as needed; understanding the technical architecture, database
objects, and functional aspects of the system software in order to support
the ongoing extension, troubleshooting, debugging and customization of the
system; diagnosing and resolving production system problems; completing
installations, changes or upgrades of production systems by deadlines; and
assuring that new systems or changes/upgrades are successfully implemented.
DESCRIPTION: For a complete position description, go to: http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/WebListing/Classified/PDDetail.aspx?vacid=82124&title=13372
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statistics/annual Security Report, see http://www.safeu.wisc.edu/, or call
the Dean of Students office at (608) 263-5700 for a paper copy. Employment
will require a criminal background check.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of policies,
procedures, and standards in systems analysis, design and specification,
program development, documentation, planning and status reporting; ability
to establish and maintain effective working relationships; ability to plan
and estimate design, development, and testing work; object-oriented
programming techniques; data modeling/entity modeling; Java programming;
such as Eclipse or JDeveloper ; SOA concepts and
web services development; HTML/DHTML/CSS; XML/XSLT; and internet
clients/servers/protocols; effective oral and written communication skills;
problem solving techniques; ability to practice effective negotiation
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