The Enterprise Applications and Solutions Integration (EASI) department within the Chief Information Officer’s (CIO) Division is a central department responsible for all matters pertaining to the development, maintenance and effectiveness of the core administrative management and student systems at the U of T. Included within these responsibilities are all central SAP systems, such as Financial Services, Human Resources, Research Administration and Procurement; the central U of T Student System (ROSI); approximately 40 related vendor and specialized web applications, as well as central Business Intelligence and Document Management applications.
Under the general supervision of the Student Information Systems (SIS) Development Manager, you will be part of a dynamic, collaborative and an innovative development team, responsible for producing quality code as it pertains to application development. You will also be expected to contribute to, and participate regularly in the Software Development Life Cycle methodology that the team uses, for implementation of enterprise wide solutions, to its divisional clients across the university (Tri-Campus). There are three term positions to be filled. Each position is one-year term.
Your responsibilities will include:
Analyzing, recommending, and designing highly complex software architecture.
Developing and updating architectural framework for highly complex and confidential university-wide applications.
Writing complex technical code.
Evaluating programming code to ensure it has validity, compatibility, and that it meets appropriate standards.
Commenting on programming code for the purposes of standardization and consistency.
Analyzing, recommending and designing technical solutions for highly complex IT problems.
Bachelor's degree in computer science or an acceptable equivalent combination of education and experience.
Minimum five years relevant experience in applications development; JAVA and Angular experience is required.
Demonstrated ability to lead technical teams in highly complex projects.
Extensive knowledge of CSS and JS methods for providing Performant Visual Effects and AODA.
Thorough understanding of the responsibilities of the platform, database, API, caching layer, proxies, and other web services used in systems.
Demonstrated ability to work within tight timelines; ability to problem-solve technical issues, exercise good judgment, ability to work effectively independently as part of a team.
Excellent client service skills, ability to communicate effectively and accurately both orally and in writing, including the ability to communicate technical concepts to persons with limited technical backgrounds.
To be successful in this role you will be:
Possess a positive attitude
Notes: This posting is for three term positions. Each position is one-year term.
Employee Group: United Steelworkers (USW)
Appointment Type: Budget - Term
Pay Scale Group and Hiring Rate: USW Pay Band 16 - $85,645 with an annual step progression to maximum of $109,526. Pay scale and job class assignment is subject to determination pursuant to the Job Evaluation/Pay Equity Maintenance Protocol.
Job field: Information Technology
Job Posting: April 10, 2019
Job Closing: April 24, 2019 11:59 pm (This position closes on April 24, 2019 on the U of T Careers Website)
Please apply on the U of T Careers Website before April 24, 2019 (11:59 pm) via the link below:
Additional Salary Information: USW PB 16 - $85,645 with annual step progression to maximum of $109,526
Internal Number: 1900391
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