The University of Pittsburgh, internationally recognized as a great center for learning and research, provides a dynamic workplace with opportunity for career growth and development. As one of Pittsburgh’s largest employers, we offer a competitive compensation and benefits package with opportunities for personal development and advancement.
Set in the iconic Cathedral of Learning, the Financial Information Systems offices maintain an updated, modern feel while preserving the structural elegance of times past. A walk through the halls and you’ll feel the energy and enthusiasm from a variety of personalities; you’ll hear the kitchen bustling with staff grabbing a drink, a granola bar or popcorn; and you’ll participate in impromptu discussions about the latest team initiative.
We come to work each day to sustain and support the current environment while championing innovative solutions through the strategic use of people, processes and technology. We work smarter, challenge ourselves, and have some fun along the way.
Near holidays or on casual Fridays, you may find us in a conference room for a potluck lunch, or out at one of our favorite restaurants for some good food and good company.
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Senior Application Developer
The incumbent will be involved in all phases of the project lifecycle from design to deployment. Specific duties include:
– Creating high-level architectural specifications
– Dictating coding standards, tools, and platforms to the team
– Addressing problems of systems integration, compatibility, security, etc.
– Communicating concepts and guidelines to the development team
– Oversing progress of the development team to ensure consistency with design
– Providing technical guidance and coaching to the development team
– Ensuring software meets requirements of quality, security, maintainability, testability, extensibility, etc.
– Approving product modules for QA phase and final product for launch
The Support Analyst is a help desk position that provides technical support for the business and financial areas of the University. The Support Analyst’s role is to ensure proper computer operation so that end users can accomplish business tasks. Responsibilities include receiving, prioritizing, documenting, and actively resolving end user help requests via telephone and a web interface. Problem resolution may involve the use of diagnostic and help request tracking tools, as well as require that the individual provide hands-on assistance at the desktop level. Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills are required.
The University of Pittsburgh is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.