The Integration Developer, working in collaboration with resources within Application Development Services and Managed Hosting Services, develops, tests, deploys, maintains and/or modifies ETL processes to support various custom and third-party software integrations for the Office of Student Life; coordinates creation of user/project requirements; analyzes project proposals and recommends development approach; develops, tests, and implements new data integration solutions with third party software and online services through custom middleware, application programming interfaces, web services, and/or scheduled packages; communicates and trouble shoots with vendors as needed; interfaces with our central IT organization, Office of the CIO (OCIO), to align our integration strategies, architecture and tools; works in accordance with established policies, procedures and standards; supports existing data integration solutions, underlying database structures, and related applications; attends meetings and performs other related tasks and projects as assigned.
Additional Information for Applicants::
This position has been reposted.
Bachelor's degree in a technology, science or engineering discipline or an equivalent combination of education and experience; five years of experience designing and developing complex system integrations in a multi-tier environment; five years of experience with MS SQL; three years of experience with MS SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS); three years of experience with object-oriented programming and troubleshooting in .NET environment; three years of experience with web service technologies and standards, specifically SOAP/REST, XML/JSON, WSDL and transfer protocols (http/s, s/ftp, etc); strong interpersonal skills including team collaboration, verbal and written communication skills.
Target Salary: $76,000.00 - $86,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Information Technology (IT)
Job Appointment (FTE%):
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