Programmer Analyst IV
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POST DATE 8/12/2016
END DATE 11/17/2016
University of California - Los Angeles Medical Centers
Los Angeles, CA
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Programmer Analyst IV
$35.34 / $6150
$69.83 / $12150
Layoff Referral Deadline:
Working under the general supervision of the Director the Computing Technologies Research Lab, the person in this Programmer Analyst IV position works in a team led by the Senior Software Engineer of the Lab (PA-5) to support the informatics needs of the Student Information System Office and other information systems related to the DGSOM. The person in this positions is responsible for programming, implementing new and supporting and maintaining existing mission-critical databases, reporting, web interfaces, and integrated document imaging systems. This position requires detailed knowledge of database and web application programming.
The incumbent will provide general technical support for software applications for the Student Support Services Unit and medical student computing. The incumbent develops, tests, debugs and documents applications; evaluates/advises on software acquisitions; supports other web applications related to the Medical and Graduate Student administration and student related applications as needed.
Bachelors degree in Computer Science or related field, or four years experience and expertise in application software engineering including design, development, testing and debugging required. One year experience and expertise in administrative medical student and applicant databases preferred. Expert knowledge of web-based programming languages including the ability to develop, test, and debug programs in the following programming and scripting languages: Asp.net, C#, VB.net, SQL, CSS, Java Script, jQuery, AJAX, IIS, HTML5, Crystal Reports 2013. Expert knowledge with SQL. Ability to create complex queries and stored procedures with cursors, ability to create views, triggers, and functions. Able to backup, restore databases using enterprise manageR. Experience with source control e.g. Subversion. Working knowledge of Windows and Windows-based software applications, Windows-based computers, operating systems and networks.