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|Posted:||May 29, 2018|
|Company name:||University of Washington|
|Location:||Seattle, WA, United States|
|Pay rate:||USD; Salary is commensurate with experience and education|
|Poster represents:||an employer|
|Terms of employment:||Salaried employee|
The Web Application Developer oversees the successful operation of OEA's Web applications. Among these include applications that support: a) course evaluations at the UW and universities across the United States and b) test registration and administration at the OEA Testing Center. The person in this role is responsible for the development, security, testing, deployment, maintenance, and monitoring of these applications, the infrastructure they depend on, and the integrations they have with third parties. The Web Application Developer uses feedback from stakeholders, clients, and users to guide project and feature development and prioritization.
The person in this role must be able to effectively communicate and teach technical subjects to non-technical faculty and staff, and provide second tier customer support for our clients and users.
We seek competitive applications from individuals who fully embrace the University of Washington's commitment to racial equity, diversity, and inclusion. We are committed to building and supporting a diverse and inclusive work team and to bringing these core values into our daily work with students, faculty, staff, and the communities in which and with whom we work.
* Bachelor's degree in computer science or related field and five+ years relevant experience.
* Excellent interpersonal skills, including teamwork and customer service orientation.
* Extensive experience with Linux or other Unix-like environments.
* Demonstrated experience developing Web applications using a LAMP stack.
* Demonstrated capability in relational database design; development of complex database-driven web applications.
* Demonstrated capability in management and prioritization of features, tasks, and bugs; application documentation.
* Willingness to learn new skills.
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
* Experience integrating Web applications with third-party authentication systems, learning management systems, and/or web services.
* Experience with online data security, accessible design, and UW computing environment.
* Interest in or experience with evaluation and assessment.
|Website for more information:||uwhires.admin.washington.edu|