Develop web applications that are in accordance to the University Information Security Standards and Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Provide ongoing support and enhancements to existing web applications. Evaluate current business processes to identify opportunities for improvements. Troubleshoot technology related issues that arise from day to day to ensure smooth operations. Develop scripts, strategies and front-ends to facilitate clean and efficient data entry. Assist Office of the Registrar staff with processes such as student registration, commencement and record keeping as required and assigned.
Specific Duties include: - Develop, test and support web applications and data management scripts. - Meet with end-users to review business processes and look for opportunities to improve services and business processes. - Create documentation for custom applications. - Train end users on new and existing applications. - On-going research of new developments in web technologies. - Troubleshoot hardware and software issues. - Software and hardware (re)configuration, maintenance, and upkeep. - Inform office of critical software updates, new functionality, and emerging technologies.
Successful candidate must possess excellent oral and written communication skills, be solution-driven, and serve as an excellent trainer of technical processes.
Must be capable of working accurately, independently and as a member of a team with the ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities.
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