Performing as technical lead on software development projects with responsibility for overall delivery of software components; collaborating with other platforms tech leads to ensure integrated end-to-end design.
Reporting to a Technology Manager who helps to drive the process and leave the details to his team, you will work on the Content Management System that feeds the ProQuest products. You will be directly involved in developing the components that improve efficiency, functionality, and indexing capabiility.
Design, develop, test, debug and document new and existing software and or applications for real-times communication services. Write technical specifications based on conceptual design and business requirements.
Project Developers oversee the development of energy efficiency projects by identifying, assessing, and structuring technical and financial solutions for our customers' energy efficiency and capital improvement challenges.
The ideal candidate would be a "full stack" developer capable of building a web application from the front end all the way through the software stack to the back end data services (i.e. databases or search engines).
The Programmer is responsible for analysis, design, coding, component and assembly testing of all application code. Programmers typically are involved in maintenance (including production support), enhancement and development work. Programmers have a range of skills and knowledge of the technologies.
In this role, you will develop detailed tasks and project plans by analyzing project scope and milestones for complex projects in order to ensure product is delivered in a timely fashion according to software standardizes.
Work with your team and other stakeholders to define, design, implement, test, document, and deliver quality software products in a fast paced environment utilizing Java, Scala, and other technologies as needed.
Responsible for technical design, development (database, middle tier, and/or GUI), and support of UPHS Inter- and intranet infrastructure, applications (clinical and non-clinical), and other components and processes.
Provide specific input to the software components of system design to include hardware/software trade - offs, software reuse, use of Commercial Off-the - shelf (COTS)/Government Off-the-shelf ( GOTS ) in place of new development, and requirements analysis and synthesis from system level to individual software components.