- Lead Web Application Developer
- Associate Systems Administrator – HPC
- Programmer Analyst
- Financials Programmer Analyst
- Web Application Developer — ODIN/Library Services
Lead Web Applications Developer
The Lead Web Applications Developer is accountable for delivering enterprise level Web applications for the University System and its constituents. Responsibilities include; provide direction and leadership to Web Development staff, assign projects and help tickets to developers; coordinate, develop, and implement project plan to deliver Web services; develop technical support standards and procedures; and participate in all phases of projects including development, design, testing and production. This position is located in Grand Forks, ND.
Associate Systems Administrator – HPC
Located in Grand Forks ND, this position is responsible for assisting in the design, configuration, and maintenance of specialized computer hardware and software systems. Work will include problem determination and resolution in support of staff working with High Performance Computing Clusters. Also, this position will be responsible for general system administrative tasks associated with other types of large scale production computing systems. Work will be performed under the general guidance and directions of an administrative supervisor within the Infrastructure and Operations department.
Located in Grand Forks ND, this position is responsible for supporting enterprise resource planning and information systems for the state-wide university system. Specific job duties include: Develop, maintain, and improve enterprise resource planning and related information systems; Provide design and analysis to support PeopleSoft and ancillary systems; Program and test information systems; Implement web-based, state-wide applications for Campus Solutions the student information system; Collaborate with business analysts to design subsystems and modify existing programs for greater efficiency; Work with system users on applications modifications and testing; Develop and maintain documentation for assigned subsystem design and program development. This position is part of the Enterprise Services department.
Financials Programmer Analyst
The Financials Programmer Analyst provides customer support for ConnectND (CND) and is responsible for developing, implementing, maintaining and improving NDUS enterprise resource planning and/or ancillary information systems. This position’s function is to support the PeopleSoft and ancillary systems by providing effective communication, design and analysis, programming and testing, leadership, implementation, production support, web-based state-wide applications and technical knowledge expertise and experience, especially with respect to the Financials application. This position is located in Grand Forks, ND.
Web Application Developer – ODIN/Library Services
The Web Application Developer will maintain the web interfaces for the ALEPH and other ODIN library systems. This includes the public interface to the library system, the staff interface to the reserve module, the ODIN staff support and public access web sites/applications. The position will assist as needed in work on xml forms for the library system modules and will be responsible for integrating library system with other applications. This position will also create and maintain web database interfaces for reporting tools for library data and for the maintenance of access control for state wide licensed databases. Limited travel may be required throughout North Dakota. This position is located in Grand Forks, ND.
Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to NDUS HR, 4300 James Ray Drive, Stop 7131, Grand Forks, ND 58202-7131. For broadbanding information, please see the NDUS website.