Applications Developer (Dot Net Developer)
ID: 7116674 (Ref.No. ta223137)
Posted: November 22, 2022
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
TITLE- Applications Developer (level I)
Team- OU IT Digital Innovations Group (DIG)
The position for a .NET Web Developer requires an individual who can develop and support web applications and services. They will deliver a seamless experience across devices, platforms, operating systems and browsers in an Agile environment. The successful candidate will follow best practices and be able to adapt to established department practices to build web applications and APIs/web services for the University.
This person is expected to work closely with administrative and academic offices to plan and implement application system capabilities that will enhance services for our students, faculty, and staff.
This position will assist with ongoing efforts to document, develop, enhance and maintain administrative and academic applications in a manner consistent with establisted priorities and prevailing software development practices. The successful candiate will analyze business needs; participate in the design of web sites, web applications, and mobile device applciations; develop and test application code; research and solve application system problems in program code and at the database level. May be responsible for providing consulting support to other areas of the University. This position will collaborate with project managers, and colleagues throughout OU to assure compatibility and consistency across application systems and platforms.
- Application development
- Collaborate with project managers, and colleagues throughout OU IT to assure compatibility and consistency across application systems and platforms.
- Determine requirements for application development initiatives.
- Stay abreast of new technology trends through continual learning and crosstraining.
- provide maintenance and support to existing web applications.
- Meet with University departments and colleges to promote application development and build partnerships.
- Research and solve application system problems in program code and at the database level.
- Provide consulting support to other technical areas of the University.
Required Education: Bachelors degree.
Equivalency Substitution: Will accept 48 months related experience in lieu of the Bachelors degree.
- Knowledge of software design and programming principles
- Knowledge of programming for diverse operating systems and platforms using development tools
- Ability to program in at least one programming language
- Ability to analytically think and have problem solving skills
- Good mathematical and problem-solving skills
- Ability to communicate verbally and in writing
- Ability to work independently and as a team member
- Customer service and interpersonal skills
Advertised Physical Requirements:
- Physical: Ability to engage in repetitive motions. Sit for prolonged periods. Manual dexterity. Environmental:Standard office work environment.
- Relational Databases (such as MS SQL Server and Oracle)
- Experience developing APIs/Web services and Angular is a plus.
Special Instructions: If you are selected as a final candidate for this position, you will be subject to The University of Oklahoma Norman Campus Tuberculosis Testing policy. To view the policy, visit https://hr.ou.edu/Policies-Handbooks/TB-Testing.
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