1. Provides an overall leadership role. Serves as a technical advisor to programmers and provide technical guidance to leadership to assist with the formulating of long range development plans. 2. Leads efforts to evaluate University business and administrative processes and needs; identifies, analyzes and defines systems requirements for large administrative areas. Designs and implements large and highly complex administrative systems. 3. Leads the planning, development and implementation of business solutions. Ensures stakeholder and intended user's needs, scheduled timeline, and budgetary targets are met or exceeded. 4. Defines and executes quality assurance and unit testing procedures to ensure high quality solutions. Monitors effectiveness and efficiency of applications and systems and conduct initiatives to improve system availability, cost, performance and manageability across the lifecycle. Performs highly complex and unusual problem solving. 5. Leads, plans, and manages major projects; including architectural design, technology selection, and methodologies to apply. Advises and influences both internal and external consulting teams. 6. Develops and oversees production support functions and integrates system requirements among several departments. Formulates systems design schedule and writes program modules. 7. Leads and ensures ongoing maintenance and support for applications and systems. Leads technical evaluations. Interface with vendors to resolve major software issues. Responsible for final decisions on purchases of hardware and software products. 8. Trains, mentors, and develops technical staff. Leads and oversees support for training of end users. 9. Recommends and creates new policy. Creates and utilizes best practices. 10. Takes a leadership role in keeping current with existing and emerging technologies and methodologies. Provides leadership in the ongoing establishment and use of programming standards and methodologies, with intent to improve overall efficiency of group and client satisfaction. 11. May perform other duties as assigned.
Preferred Education: Experience with full-text indexing servers such as SOLR or Elasticsearch. Experience collaborating with DevOps and familiarity with tools such as Vagrant, Docker, and Ansible. The desire and ability to mentor junior engineers. Experience working in an academic or cultural heritage institution.
Preferred Education, Experience and Skills: Experience with full-text indexing servers such as SOLR or Elasticsearch. Experience collaborating with DevOps and familiarity with tools such as Vagrant, Docker, and Ansible. The desire and ability to mentor junior engineers. Experience working in an academic or cultural heritage institution.
Required Skill/ability 5: Demonstrated ability with server and client-side testing frameworks such as RSpec and Jest, Jasmine, or similar tools.
Posting Position Title: Programmer Analyst 4
Required Skill/ability 3: Demonstrated ability building and consuming REST-based web services. Ability with UNIX and Linux operating systems. Working knowledge of relational databases, such as Oracle, MySQL, and/or Microsoft SQL Server.
Work Week: Standard (M-F equal number of hours per day)
University Job Title: Principal Full-Stack Engineer
Required Skill/ability 1: Expert with application development with a focus on the web using Ruby on Rails and/or Java.
Required Skill/ability 4: Demonstrated ability with Agile software development methods. Ability with version control using git and GitHub, or similar tools.
Required Skill/ability 2: Expert with application development with a focus on the web using Ruby on Rails and/or Java.
Bachelor's degree. Seven years of related experience in analysis and programming of medium to large-scale systems, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Internal Number: 56315BR
About Yale University
Yale University is an American private Ivy League research university located in New Haven, Connecticut. Founded in 1701 in the Colony of Connecticut, the university is the third-oldest institution of higher education in the United States.