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The department of Program Delivery is searching for a knowledgable and hard-working individual to join their team as a Full-stack Java Developer!
In this position, you will work with eCornell's product management team, software development team, and internal and external stakeholders to maintain and enhance existing software and to design and develop new software within the eCornell software stack. In addition, the Full-stack Developer works with the support team and end-users to resolve customer and internally reported software defects and issues. The successful applicant will have responsibilities pertaining to integrations with eCornell's systems such as our LMS Canvas, Destiny, Salesforce, ETL, and less of the typical full stack developer role in web app development.
This is a remote position. Occasional travel may be required, such as once per month.
What we need:
A Bachelor's degree in CS or equivalent or equivalent related work experience
5-7 years of relevant application software development work experience in a fast-paced web-based software development environment.
Expert level in Java programming.
Understand how the entire technology stack functions as a whole and have deep expertise of each component.
Understanding of database management systems, experience with database and data warehouse (STAR) design.
Experience with one or more ETL frameworks (SSIS, AWS Glue etc.) based software development environment.
What we'd prefer:
Master's degree in CS or equivalent
Experience in education technology
Familiarity with BI technologies (e.g. Tableau, Power BI)
Familiarity with AWS Redshift (or Postgres) and AWS Lambda
What we offer:
The opportunity to work with a dynamic group of people in a high-growth organization where employee development is promoted.
A broad set of competitive benefits under the Endowed program, including educational opportunities, access to virtual wellness programs, health care options, 3 weeks of paid vacation, 13 paid holidays, and superior retirement contributions. https://hr.cornell.edu/benefits-pay
**No VISA sponsorship or relocation assistance is available for this position.**
This position is remote, which means you can be located anywhere within the U.S.
The New York Convenience of employer guidelines require New York State individual tax reporting and withholdings for this position. Additional individual state income tax filings may also be required if working temporarily outside New York State.
University Job Title:
Applications Programmer III
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