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Systems Developer

The student Systems Developer will design and implement small-scale workflows using HTML forms, JavaScript, and workflows primarily built using Azure Logic Apps. This position will interact with stakeholders to clearly understand the workflow and how it will interact with the end users.

An example system would be a form for faculty to submit annual faculty reports. These are PDF documents that the associate dean and department heads review. The submitted PDF should be properly renamed and stored in our cloud storage. Reports could then be run on who has submitted their reports. Most applications are stand-alone and will be developed using primarily front-end HTML and scripts using APIs.

Tasks Include

  • Development of HTML forms
  • Development of JavaScript to handle functionality of the forms
  • Interviewing stakeholders to best understand how a workflow can improve the current process
  • Design of workflows primarily through Azure Logic Apps

Required Qualifications

  • Effective interpersonal skills including verbal and written communication.
  • Demonstrated skills using JavaScript, JQuery, HTML, & CSS
  • Experience developing and testing locally
  • Understanding of developing for different browsers
  • Demonstrated use of effective problem solving skills

Preferred Qualifications

  • Understanding of APIs, JSON objects, and Async programming
  • Understanding of SQL and storing data in databases
  • Understanding of version Control using Git
  • Understanding of cloud-based storage

About Pamplin Office of Information Technology

The Pamplin Office of IT provides high quality technology-based services, through exceptional customer support, that focus on the creative problem solving and future-oriented solutions that support the learning, teaching, research, and administration of the college in a secure and efficient manner.

The Pamplin Office of IT supports the faculty, staff, and students of the Pamplin College of Business

Pay

$15.00 / hour

Schedule

6-10 hours / week

Hours are set into a schedule (Mon-Fri 8am-5pm) for each semester. We would prefer someone that can work 2-3 hours each day at least 2 days a week. This position may be able to work outside normal hours once a proven track record is established.

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