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Job Title: Analyst, IT, Sr.
Occupational Summary - Developer, Clinical Research Level 2
Job Code: 2426
Job Level/Band: Band C
Job Family: JF 08
The Applications group in the Office of Academic Solutions and Information Systems (OASIS) builds, implements and supports software and data solutions for Duke’s research community. Our solutions are used by researchers and research administrators in support of the research mission of Duke University, the School of Medicine, Institutes, Centers, and Departments.
The OASIS Application Development team builds custom software using user-centered design and agile development processes. All our developers are involved in all aspects of the software development lifecycle, including designing, building, testing, implementing and supporting applications.
This is a senior-level developer position, focused on the Clinical Research product line, reporting to the Clinical Research team lead.
This position is 100% research/grant-funded.
We are looking for a team-focused developer with good communication skills, excellent problem-solving skills, and a “can-do” attitude. A working knowledge of most of these technologies and concepts is required:
Application Design and Development (80%)
Application Support (20%)
Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent combination of education and technical experience is required.
Experience: Required: Three years of directly related experience
Preferred: Direct experience using object-oriented programming languages, developing web services, and/or back end infrastructure for mobile applications.
The information above describes the general nature and level of work assigned to this position. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required of position incumbents.
Required Qualifications at this Level
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Job Code: 00002426 ANALYST, IT, SR
Job Level: D
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