<p>About the Job<br /><br />The Learning Abroad Center is one of the largest and most recognized study abroad offices in the country sending thousands of students abroad to hundreds of countries annually. As a part of the University of Minnesota the Learning Abroad Center receives university technology support and resources, but also has additional needs given the international profile of the office’s scope and work. The Application Developer role works closely with operations management staff within the LAC to develop and maintain custom web applications that extend and enhance the functionality of systems provided by the University.<br /><br />Position Details<br />Working Title: Application Developer<br />Developer 2 position (9790D2)<br />Monday-Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm<br />Salary - $60,000, excellent benefits<br /><br />Position Duties:<br />Web application development (80%) <br />• Develop and support web applications that meet University of Minnesota standards for data security<br />• Author Tableau Workbooks and Views, and co-manage the LAC Reporting Center<br />• Perform usability evaluations; maintain and enhance previously built solutions, share clear documentation<br />• Work with other University IT teams to create and maintain the infrastructure necessary to run and manage a suite of web applications<br />• Troubleshoot and address browser, coding, and other technical problems for custom web applications<br />• Stay current with trends and tools for web development and design<br />• Regularly assesses processes and make recommendations for improvement to projects, processes, and applications<br /><br />Project collaboration (10%) <br />• Participate in meetings with end user staff and project team members as needed to provide input and expertise on web application strategy and execution<br />• Manage web application coding process including; coding and associated documentation, developing concepts, seeking input from project managers, stakeholders, and end users<br />• Participate in user training and presentations<br />• Deliver projects on time <br /><br />Technical infrastructure management and maintenance (5%) <br />• Provide very occasional general technical assistance and support to LAC staff <br />• Maintain relationships with key University contacts such as GPS-IT colleagues, web design/development staff<br /><br />Other related duties as assigned (5%)<br /> </p>
Internal Number: 323899
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