Programmer/Analyst 3

Description The Graduate School has an exciting opportunity for a talented, driven Programmer/Analyst to participate in the planning, design, programming and implementation of Graduate School applications, Web systems and databases. Responsibilities also include designing improvements and providing specialized support, documentation, and corrective action for existing applications. The candidate must have excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills, initiative to seek creative solutions to problems, readily adapt to learning new systems and methodologies, have a strong commitment to and record of successfully meeting goals and deadlines, and have a desire to learn processes and policies related to graduate education at Penn State. Duties may also include retrieval of data and preparation of standard and/or custom reports summarizing transactional data, enrollment trends, student metrics, program quality measures and other data for review by executives and internal and external stakeholders. This position will consult internally with Graduate School staff and various University departments on development projects and data analysis. Successful candidates must be able to work independently, as well as in a team setting, following established standards and methodologies on multiple projects simultaneously. Attention to detail and commitment to customer service are required. Extensive experience in the following is preferred: ColdFusion, SQL, SSIS, JavaScript with libraries such as jQuery, as well as data retrieval and analysis. Experience with IDEs such as Eclipse, user interface design with HTML/CSS, CMS, object-oriented languages and knowledge of Angular and ColdFusion frameworks such as Coldbox is also strongly desired. Experience with Oracle's PeopleSoft Campus Solutions a plus. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 83817
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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