Programmer Analyst, Web Services Group
Work as a member of a dedicated and professional team charged with delivering and maintaining multiple web sites and web based products that serve the university community. Tasks include, but are not limited to, working collaboratively with other offices on campus, consulting with and advising on-campus clients about projects, resources, and applications; analysis, development, documentation, implementation and maintenance of web products; and maintenance of existing web content and resources. Where you will: develop and maintain web based applications and sites, including all phases of product development: analysis, project planning, programming, testing, maintenance and documentation; perform content updates for sites as requested by clients; document project tasks and processes; and manipulate graphics and format images as necessary.
Experience with web accessibility standards and techniques.
Experience with web services such as REST or SOAP.
Experience with dynamic web application analysis and programming web applications, using PHP/MySQL on the LAMP stack.
Exposure to XML, XSLT, Drupal, WordPress, and Apache, including configuration; site analysis tools, including Google Analytics; software versioning tools and methodologies; enterprise class web products, including Content Management Systems; Email marketing systems/tools; LDAP; SSL.
Exposure and understanding of both object oriented and procedural programming methodologies.
Ability to rapidly learn and implement new tools, techniques, programming languages, and methodologies, to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, to effectively engage with clients in a collaborative manner, to comply with workplace guidelines and attendance requirements
Must be self motivated, committed to team work process, and able to meet deadlines.
Successful completion of an employment and/or criminal history background check required.
Four years of experience in analysis, planning, design, coding, documentation, and maintenance of web products.
Information systems or related degree.
Experience with Drupal, Java, ColdFusion, UML, MVC, OOP, unit testing, user experience, information architecture, mobile technologies.
Exposure to virtualization technologies, especially VMware, and rapid development frameworks, such as CakePHP.
Founded in 1885 by the Congregation of Holy Cross, St. Edward’s University is a private, Catholic liberal arts institution of more than 5,300 diverse students located in Austin, Texas.
St. Edward’s University is an equal opportunity employer and hires only U.S. citizens and documented workers.