Internet Applications Developer
The LSU Law Center is seeking a dynamic and customer-oriented professional to serve as Internet Applications Developer who will be responsible for the planning, design, configuration, deployment, and maintenance of all internet based applications to meet the Law Center's strategies and objectives. This involves consulting with users to determine application requirements, analyzing applications, suggesting options to optimize operating efficiency through application performance, determining modifications to existing programs or creation of new programs, and is responsible for creating, benchmarking, testing and verifying applications specifically designed for online interaction. Specifically, the Internet Applications Developer will:
> Maintain and enhance existing internet based applications.
> Coordinate with and provide assistance to front-end content personnel by way of CMS training, back-end application support and development and assist Law Center personnel in the use of these systems as necessary.
> Monitor that programs are running efficiently.
> Troubleshoot issues and work with the appropriate resources to resolve them.
> Provide customer support to end-users in solving operational problems.
> Develop new applications as identified by supervisor and administration via packaged and customized applications.
> Assist in the creation of front-end templates and user interface design.
> Integrate new program code into current applications as necessary.
> Design and implement user-driven templates, databases and interfaces for ease of use.
> Documentation of program development, logic, and coding.
> Debug programs, replace, delete, or otherwise modify code to correct errors, and add enhancement features.
> Review application changes and determine if code is ready for production tests.
> Provide procedural information, guides, and tips to improve and enhance usage of internet applications and services.
> Provide enhanced site statistics reporting.
> Participate in priority setting sessions.
> Must be a team player and willing to teach and to learn.
> Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree and experience in web development, ColdFusion, PHP, MySQL, MS SQL, CSS, jQuery, Google Analytics, WordPress, and payment gateways such as Authorize.NET.
Degree in ISDS, Computer Science or similar. Experience using Fusebox, CSS3, HTML5, Photoshop, Drupal, and Facebook and Twitter APIs.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and the names with the contact information of at least three references to www.lsusystemcareers.lsu.edu . The Law Center will begin reviewing credentials on July 12, 2011 and the position will remain open until filled. Inquires may be directed to Michael Sparks, Director of Computing Services, at 225-578-8717 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access Employer.