Application Developer

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CONTRACT
Canada
Posted 5 months ago

We are looking for a Application Developer! Reach out if you are interested and feel free to refer friends/colleagues!

 

Type of Employment: Contract
Title: Application Developer
Term: 2-years Contract – 35 hours
Location: Hybrid Model – One day on campus
Job ID number: C1090

 

Brief description of duties:

 

  • The Application Developer provides technical support and day-to day administration for application development and design of various in-house and 3rd party applications and web administrative systems, sites and services used by the various academic and business units supported by the University Information Technology (UIT) – Business Management & eCommerce Applications Unit.

     

  • The role is responsible to coordinate related projects, research solutions, develop, design, and implement applications as directed.
  • Application development and design, maintain and support customized & third-party applications, maintenance, reporting and documentation, and develop/maintain websites.
  • Approximately 70% production support (configuration, identifying/fixing bugs), 30% development
  • Meet with client groups, identify and analyze business requirements – develop and/or propose solutions to meet requirements and objectives
  • Provides technical consultation to non-technical users to illustrate the options/opportunities towards a resolution

 

MUST haves:

  • University Degree in Computer Science
  • 3+ years of total experience
  • C#.Net, VB.Net, ASP.Net, ADO.Net and Compact Framework technology
  • RDBMS – (Oracle, MS SQL, Access), and SQL programming (T-SQL, PL/SQL), LDAP.
  • JavaScript (server and client), XML, SOAP, RESTFul API’s, WCF, XSLT, ASP, HTML, DHTML, CSS, IIS

 

Nice to haves:

  • Higher Education experience
  • Any of the following – Java, Mobile Technology, Java Servlets, JSP, Apache, Microsoft PowerApps, PowerBI, Azure, and other cloud platforms

 

 

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