Provide service and support of software applications, maintenance, software development, for the District's Educational Technology software systems. Primary responsibilities include testing, troubleshooting, documentation, problem solving, patches and upgrade support. Using the full Microsoft Stack, design, program, test, implement, and maintain student information systems… single purpose and custom applications; analyze functional requirements; support users and business teams with system application design and development that supports federal and state regulations and District policies and procedures.
Serve as project lead for new Educational Technology-related projects. Project duties include design planning, assigning development tasks, coordinating development efforts and managing/tracking development issues
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Analyze District functions and requirements, both in responding to requests from others and in initiating ideas related to District activities.
Design, examine, program, test, and establish all District application systems including those purchased from vendors.
Document and maintain application systems. Advise, collaborate, and communicate with all levels of District employees, both school-based and central.
Provide knowledge transfer with peers and customers on systems functionality, purpose, decision modeling, and troubleshooting, using a variety of methods and tools, including data modeling, scenario projection, documentation, training materials, and flowcharts.
Minimum 5+ years of experience with software development, application integration, and system analysis, including experience developing and supporting Student Information Systems and educational applications.
Preferred technical skills/experience in LINQ, SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), Entity framework, dependency injection, familiarity with SOLID, and experience working in an Agile environment.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING:
Bachelor's degree in Information Systems, computer science, business/management or related field. Equivalent experience will be considered