$65,000- $71,000 range or commensurate with experience in addition to benefits
This position is responsible for application and database design, development and integration dedicated to assisting with the operation and advancement of CSU OnlinePlus goals. This position will work with staff across the organization to support business requirements, develop new applications and interfaces, enhance features and reporting capabilities, and ensure applications perform as expected. This position relies on both technical capability (analysis, development, coding, troubleshooting, and administration) as well as functional capability (definition and documentation, technical support, and training). Hands-on development, including coding, database design, and implementation of business logic is critical to the success of this position. Some after-hours and weekend work is required. This position reports to the Senior Application/Database Developer.
Application and Database Developer Responsibilities: • Support the implementation, integration, and advancement of applications and services such as customer relationship management (CRM), Blackboard, centralized reporting, and internal information systems. • Extensive development of reports, procedures, and queries in support of business needs and data analysis. • Creation, enhancement, and support of reports, stored procedures, views, tables, and jobs and the applications that use them • Development, implementation, and business process support of internal Microsoft Access database applications. • Supporting upgrades and implementation processes for University systems, such as SunGard Banner, as used by the Division. • Administration of SQL Server databases including but not limited to creation, maintenance, upgrade, optimization, security, integration with external applications or services, and disaster recovery planning. • Develop and support appropriate processes to manage data integration, integrity, and performance across information systems design, monitoring, auditing, and analysis. • Project research and problem resolution. • Technical and non-technical support for systems and staff. • Other duties as assigned.
Required Qualifications: • B.S. degree in Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, or closely related field from an accredited institution. • Evidence of effective communication skills. • Evidence of personal initiative and ability to independently pursue solutions as needs are identified. • At least three years professional experience in the following: • Development of advanced SQL and T-SQL statements, stored procedures, and queries to support data management, analysis, and reporting. • Development and administration of SQL Server environment; 2005 or higher. • Implementation of online and database-driven applications and services including experience providing business process and technical support. • Monitor and manage user access and security to applications and data reporting tools.
Preferred Qualifications: • Report development and administration using SQL Server Reporting Services or other online reporting solution. • Application development in Microsoft Access. • Experience working with and/or managing a CRM application. • Experience with Enterprise Business Intelligence solutions. • Experience with Oracle databases. • Experience with managing data in a Higher Education environment. • Development in .NET technologies; specifically CLR integration with SQL Server.
Salary: $65,000- $71,000 range or commensurate with experience in addition to benefits, which include tuition benefits, vacation time, sick leave, and ten holidays annually. A full description of benefits is available at http://www.hrs.colostate.edu/benefits/.
Location: This position is located near the Colorado State University campus in Fort Collins, CO.
Deadline and Application Materials: Applications are accepted until the position is filled; however, for full consideration, complete information must be received by May 21, 2013. Submit a cover letter (no longer than two pages) addressing the qualifications of the position and a resume electronically in a single PDF or Word file to Kylie Vanderheiden, email@example.com. References and transcripts will be requested at the time of interviews.
About CSU OnlinePlus CSU OnlinePlus, Division of Continuing Education, is a self-supporting unit that develops and delivers quality programs and educational opportunities in support of the University's land grant mission. CSU OnlinePlus offers 34 degrees, online and at a distance, as well as credit and noncredit courses, certificate programs, and custom training for businesses and industry. CSU OnlinePlus served over 12,200 student customers last year. CSU OnlinePlus offers educational programs throughout Northern Colorado, Denver, at business sites, and via distance education using a variety of delivery methods. CSU OnlinePlus is made up of dynamic individuals working as a collegial team to deliver one of the best distance and online education values in the world.
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