Systems Programmer/Analyst II

Job Summary

A Systems Programmer/Analyst II provides technical support and consulting for University employees for implementation, reporting, customization and integration. Researches & develops Windows-based data conversions, reports and distribution applications using one or more object-oriented programming languages, designing intuitive graphical user interfaces.  Develops custom code using Envison Basic language, as well as support and customization of 3rd party packages. Assists with the maintenance of all Colleague environments.  Provides training and technical supervision for Systems Programmer/Analysts on assigned projects.  Works with other Information Technology staff in a technical team approach in consulting and proposing design of assigned programming work.

Duties and Responsibilities

Essential

Other

Organizational Relationships

A Systems Programmer/Analyst II reports to the Director of IT Applications Services or the Director of IT Systems Services and works as a member of a technical team to provide computing application support for the administrative systems, both on the mainframe and on the World Wide Web.

Minimum Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in a technology related field and 2-3 years experience working as a Systems Programmer (or equivalent technical position) OR 6-7 years experience working as a Systems Programmer (or equivalent technical position).  Demonstrated advanced system programming skills and technical expertise in database, OS, and desktop software development.  Experience with UNIX operating environment.  Demonstrated technical project management skills.

Additional Desirable Qualifications

Expertise with Datatel’s Envision programming language, object-oriented programming language, MS ODBC, SQL, XML, and UniData.  Demonstrated good communication skills.

Working Conditions and Atmosphere

Systems Programmer/Analyst II is stationed in the Office of IT Applications Services or the Office of IT Systems Services.  Standard office environment is maintained.  Occasional travel/training may be required to acquire/maintain appropriate levels of technical expertise.  Additional hours required when emergency situations arise.


Date Approved/Revised:  March 23, 2010