The University of Colorado at Boulder is looking for a FIS Software Developer. The job summary states, “Are you a software developer looking for fun and challenging projects where your initiative is appreciated? Do you have success in data management and development of web applications? Do you like being part of an innovative team where your contributions can make a real difference? At CU-Boulder, we are working on cutting edge projects involving linked data and the semantic web, and we need an experienced software developer to bring their Java expertise to support this exciting collaborative work. As the flagship university of the state of Colorado, CU-Boulder is a dynamic community of scholars and learners with a proud tradition of research and academic excellence. The University’s Office of Faculty Affairs coordinates a variety of activities associated with faculty life and academic programming on the Boulder campus and supports the Faculty Information System (FIS).
Some of the key responsibilities include:
- Analyze paper and electronic data flows and related business policies to ensure appropriate FIS data management policies, practices and procedures.
- Responsible for data management tasks including data integration, data movement (ETL), data mining, metadata discovery, data quality management and data security management using tools like the VIVO Harvester.
- Collaborate with FIS team members on evolving, automating and scaling data management plans and policies.
- Participate in formal or informal training and professional development to maintain currency and to improve technical expertise in the area of data management.
- Participate in formal or informal training and professional development to maintain currency and to improve technical expertise in the areas of web application and Semantic Web development.