The software developer is part of the Application Systems Group in the Land, Buildings & Real Estate (LBRE) department at Stanford. The LBRE department is responsible for the design, construction, operations and maintenance of buildings, grounds, utilities, parking, and transportation systems at Stanford. The Application Systems Group is responsible for application development, implementation, and support for business units who work to ensure that LBRE provides world class services as caretakers of the legacy that is Stanford University.
The developer reports to the Associate Director of Technology for Land, Buildings and Real Estate. This position supports the ongoing application development, web site development, support, and data management for departmental business applications. The position has responsibility for support of day-to-day operations of the applications that support Land, Buildings and Real Estate. The developer provides technical application support to troubleshoot and resolve problems, develop new features and system enhancements, to ensure ongoing system availability.
The developer works as part of the Applications group to implement new systems and major upgrades or enhancements to existing systems. This position will support development of good user interfaces for the web based applications working with the applications development team.
Responsibilities: Work as part of the development team to develop new applications and enhancements to existing web applications. With minimum guidance, design and deliver routine, customized, and ad-hoc reports from systems using query and reporting tools; ensure accuracy of reports. Develops SQL scripts to manage data Function as a primary contact for user inquiries regarding assigned applications. Respond to users in an efficient and timely manner, including the ability to be on-call and on-site during crucial implementation periods. May be responsible for the full life-cycle of projects, including requirements design, technical design, task estimation, implementation, testing, debugging, and deployment. Analyze and troubleshoot problems to identify solutions, report bugs to software development consultants for commercial applications, and assist business units to optimize business practices and use of application to get desired results. Develop documentation, requirements document and QA processes. Effectively develops integrations with other existing systems by developing good understanding of available solutions. May also manage delivery to the non-functional requirements: scale, performance, reliability, physical and logical architecture. Explores and researches technologies and devises solutions to speed application development, reduce maintenance cost, and address project requirements. Incorporate new technologies into existing & emerging systems. Provides on-call production support as required, rotating with the team Provide graphics development support as needed.
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All potential employees are required to successfully pass a background check prior to starting work at Stanford. As such, offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of the background check.
Thank you for your interest. At this time relocation and sponsorship are not available.
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