Indiana University

OVPIT/UITS 
Human Resources

The following position reporting to Nick Ray, Executive Director, IT Technical Services, is being posted externally. If interested, you must apply online at https://jobs.iu.edu/
Refer to job number #10689.

Senior Web Developer - PA3IT

Through collaborative partnerships, develops plans and formulates strategies to ensure delivery of appropriate web related services to campus constituents. Responsible for customer service and support for the website and web-enabled applications, including the development, testing, implementation and maintenance of the code, templates, and tools. Manages all user credentials and roles for access to these tools. Designs and manages website user interface features, and database interactions, utilizing server and client side languages. Represents campus interests on project teams. Acts as a primary contact between the IU Southeast campus and the University Information Technology Services for all matters regarding web services and products. Serves on university and campus task forces and committees affecting policy related to web services. Establishes relationships and works collaboratively with web managers on other IU campuses.

Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in computer science related field. Combinations of related education and experience will be considered. At least two years of experience in web application development using installation, configuration, troubleshooting web and application servers such as Windows/Microsoft IIS, SQL server. Experience with content management systems. Demonstrated work history of creating automated scripts to increase productivity and efficiency. Demonstrated work experience with Microsoft SQL server 2000, including DTS (development and scheduling) and Stored Procedures. Experience with Oracle and MySQL is a plus. Evidence of experience coding for various web browsers (for Mac and Windows platforms) a plus, including Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Chrome, and Safari. Evidence of using web site tracking tools, such as Google Analytics, to generate reports and analyze site traffic patterns and usage. -Technical proficiency developing applications in a web environment using XHTML/CSS, PHP, and JavaScript. -Evidence of the ability to write stored procedures and complex queries in order to create efficient and logical databases for web applications. -Solid technical understanding and experience with network protocols such as TCP/IP, SSL, DNS, etc. -Technical knowledge of Active Directory Authentication and its integration into web applications. -Strong communication, people skills, and the ability to work with users at all levels. -Ability to lift 10 pounds. -Proven orientation toward quality service -Sedentary work: Ability to sit for extended periods, some mobility required

Indiana University is an equal employment opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services.