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Part-Time, Software Developer Campus Bloomington

Indiana University Bloomington Full-Time
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Designs, develops, and implements software applications and tools in support of teaching, learning, and administrative operation of the Kelley School of Business. Determines technical feasibility and designs solutions that meet hardware, software, and security requirements. Conduct related planning, design, programming, testing, implementation, and support of systems. Advises and assists consultants and helpdesk technicians in support of faculty, students, and staff end users.

REQUIRED: Education and background in computer science or related field. Object Oriented programming experience, such as Java or C#, that includes software application development, relation database design, and multi-tier architecture.

Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.

Preferred Qualifications 

Experience with Microsoft .Net Framework & Core, C#, Microsoft SQL Server, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, ColdFusion and Agile Methodologies.

Working Conditions / Physical Demands 
Salary Range  $16/hour

Skills required

.Net Framework
C Sharp (Programming Language)
Visual Basic .Net (Programming Language)
Java (Programming Language)
Sql (Programming Language)
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