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Notice: These positions are updated around the 15th of each month. The last update occurred on June 11, 2013. If you select a position that is no longer active, you will receive a notice that the position is no longer available.
The Business Analyst will assist in the development of Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) solutions including installing, implementing, enhancing, and testing business application software. Provide critical thinking and problem solving skills to assist in resolving complex technical problems. Implement designed business processes and functionality to specifications. Ensure quality solution deployment through execution of solution test plans and scripts. Provide guidance to business areas in developing tests and training plans and materials. Participate in the development of overall business solutions designs including reengineering business processes and application architecture. Support the design of business process and integration of business systems. Develop and maintain a deep and broad understanding of system capabilities and alternative approaches to business solutions.
Reporting directly to the Manager of Business Solutions, the Functional Lead is responsible for leading engagement and working with partners as the expert in business needs discovery, relationship management and communication, and technology management. Participate in the development of overall business solution designs including reengineering business processes, organization, and application architecture. Provide problem diagnosis and technical consulting for complex production issues as needed. Identify requirements for comprehensive business solutions to support complex university processes. Take a lead role in facilitating strategic consulting and identifying improvement opportunities. Provide functional leadership to a team of business analysts.
Address technical issues to ensure a quick restoration of service or proper escalation. Troubleshoot and resolve hardware and software issues including but not limited to computers, printers, mobile devices, video conferencing, peripherals, which may require onsite support, remote technical assistance and diagnostics. Develop documentation for the knowledgebase, change management and production readiness. Create, test, and deploy software packages and computer images within centralized desktop management systems for Windows and Macintosh operating systems. Proactively support the day-to-day security of the desktop environment, including desktop operating systems, firewalls, antivirus, and software patching. Support the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure including creating virtualized applications, maintaining and deploying images, space management, policy management, and research. Support the file services environment including reporting, creating folders, permissions management, managing space utilization, and consulting for file services needs.
This position will support the student laptop program and educational activities in the College of Veterinary Medicine. He/She will assist in selecting the device to be used in the program, work with the vendor to create a standard image for the devices, and provide direct support to the students, faculty, and staff using the devices. This position will also assist in testing educational content created for use on the devices. This position will also assist in providing classroom support, electronic examination support, and other computer support.
The primary responsibility of this position is collection and analysis of graduate student data for the Purdue Graduate School, as well as for other departments across the University, including program assessment and report building. Responsible for compiling, integrating, and analyzing graduate student data to meet reporting needs by manipulating large data sets. Build queries to extract and analyze data from the enterprise data systems (e.g., Banner, SAP) and other relevant data sources. Prepare accurate and meaningful reports within assigned deadlines. Respond efficiently and accurately to internal and external requests and surveys. Help streamline and improve data collection and reporting. Work with functional and technical staff to assist in resolving internal data integrity issues.
The Windows Systems Administrator will administer the Windows server environment including hardware, network and software infrastructure components. Install and configure operating systems, monitor systems activities and fine tune system parameters and configuration to optimize performance and ensure security of systems, create and maintain user accounts, install and monitor applications, and identify and apply appropriate software upgrades and patches. Develop and maintain operating procedures which support the infrastructure systems environment. Recommend and implement procedures required for effective use of infrastructure systems resources.
The Systems Analyst primary responsibilities include working with software development and end users to ensure technical compatibility and user satisfaction. Translate requirements into technical specifications. Collaborates with development team, subject matter experts, leadership and application customers to develop requirements, added value, risks, proposals and timelines. Evaluate business processes where automation is possible or could be improved and apply technical expertise to evaluate and implement automation or process improvement.
The Programmer Analyst is responsible for the design, development and installation of new software products or enhancements to existing software to solve complex problems considering: computer equipment capacity and limitations, operating time, and form of desired results. Builds and extends complex data reporting, web based applications, software, database applications or University systems. Have a good understanding of the business or function for which assigned application(s) are designed.
Develop, implement, advise on, and maintain web templates and application systems for College of Liberal Arts (CLA) departments and offices. Work closely with content owners in various areas throughout the College as well as other information technology groups. Monitor and maintain compliance with all applicable accessibility guidelines as well as design and implement usability standards for all CLA Internet systems.
The successful candidate will assist with developing, coordinating and maintaining an enterprise level Windows XP, MacOS, Linux and Solaris environment as part of an integrated ECN team effort in support of research and instructional goals of the College of Engineering, College of Technology, and the Office of the Vice-President for Research (OVPR).
The Programmer Analyst is responsible for the design, development and installation of new software products or enhancements to existing software to solve complex problems considering: computer equipment capacity and limitations, operating time, and form of desired results. Builds and extends complex data reporting, web based applications, software, database applications or University systems.
The IT Security Engineer will build and help manage new security services or security tools offered to Purdue University. Design and develop training, processes, tools, and technologies that help proactively reduce risk to Purdue assets. Design, test, and/or implement modifications to security controls and security monitoring tools utilized by other staff. Evaluate and implement security measurements. Monitor for security vulnerabilities and take appropriate action. Maintain existing security tools and applications.
The Security Analyst will provide security incident analysis, response, remediation support and customer support for IT security services. Provide administrative support of security tools and technologies. Evaluate existing security processes and recommend improvements and maintain existing or new documentation. Provide daily monitoring of security data from security tools (i.e., SIEM, IDS, etc.), correlate data and respond appropriately.
Reporting directly to the Director of the Business Systems Competency Center, the Manager of Solutions Architecture and Development will provide leadership, vision, and direction to a team of technical developers, analysts, and architects to support the University's academic and administrative systems. Direct team activities in analysis, design, development, and operational support to meet business requirements. Manage the development of project plans and their implementation to ensure successful completion.
Reporting to the Executive Director, IT Infrastructure Services the Director, Research Technology will provide the leadership and vision to create, implement, and manage the strategic direction and architecture of High Performance Computing resources and technology in support of research data and computing and evolution of the HPC environment. Oversees and assures the success of projects to repeatedly produce substantial improvements in Purdue's capabilities to provide technology to support Research Computing needs.
The SAP Solutions Architect is responsible for the application architecture of a specific functional area, including the core SAP modules, add-on components, and bolt-ons. The Solutions Architect will work with other technical and functional teams to design, configure, develop, test, and implement complete business solutions ensuring business objective, timeline, efficiency, monitoring, recoverability, performance, and manageability requirements are met while driving the overall architecture to improve system reliability and flexibility.
This position is responsible for installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of all client Windows and MAC hardware as well as all software used within the organization across the state of Indiana. They will need to coordinate updates, fixes and implementations around others' schedules. This position exists to ensure the stability and continuity of client and network operations as well as providing end user support and the specialist must be able to react quickly to unexpected and emergency situations requiring prompt evaluation of problems and actions to resolve the problems.
Under general direction, the SAP Portal Administrator/Developer is responsible for analysis, design, development, administration, and support for one or more application portals. Work closely with client areas and application analyst/programmers to identify and specify requirements for technical solutions to support one or more application portals. Provide consultation and recommendations for alternative application solutions and comprehensive technical support for applications. Implement, modify or develop portal applications.
Assist in the development of a comprehensive information security risk management program. Perform assessments for compliance purposes as required by the University and as requested by departments in order to improve their information security posture including coordinating, planning, and executing information security risk assessment meetings with clients. The IT Security Risk Analyst is responsible for developing and evaluating processes and procedures for identifying information security risks, recommending improvements and maintaining existing or creating new documentation as needed. Promote awareness of security policies, tools, methodologies and best practices.
The Application Administrator will be responsible for administration and installation of up to 10 of the 30-40 enterprise and departmental applications supported. Provide expertise and assist customers, developers and partners with design decisions. Provide ongoing maintenance and application of updates and patches. Plan lifecycle replacement, coordinate outages and performance tuning for applications and hardware. Maintain monitoring and data gathering systems for reporting and performance purposes. Work with vendors to address and resolve problems.
In conjunction with the Director, Research Services and Support, the Project Director will establish and direct the overall strategy, direction, and operational plans for the consistent application of project and service management methodologies across projects. Lead the implementation and completion of successful, cost-effective and on-time delivery of projects. Identify, develop and nurture key partnering opportunities. Assist in defining product vision and strategy working with excellent information technology professionals to execute. Develop and implement strategic communication plans. Assist in preparing proposals for research projects. Manage the hiring process for the project team.
The successful candidate will support geosciences faculty research within the Earth & Atmospheric Sciences department. Provide programming and technical support of domain-specific research activities of the department.
The successful candidate will select, purchase, configure, install, and support UNIX/Linux servers and desktops and maintain a wide variety of services and applications on them. Maintain system security, ensure proper network operation. Perform any related hardware maintenance and installation. Advance the departmental standard computing environment. Provide technical computer support for faculty, staff, and students in the areas of instruction, research, and administrative computing. Supervise student employees.
The successful candidate will assist the Communications Director in defining and designing the visual appearance of MFRI website, newsletters, technical reports, brochures and other materials. Responsible for incorporating emerging technologies for improved communication with key audiences. Work under the supervision of the Communications Director to develop graphic design and communication pieces to meet the needs of a busy, fast-paced office. Work under the direction of the MFRI Research Director to build and maintain a centralized secure database for the storage of research data, support manipulation and/or restructuring of datasets as needed for research projects, write and/or support the building or scripts or syntax for data cleaning and build and/or maintain specialized internet data collection tools, as needed.
The Project Manager, Information Security Risk Assessment position works with ambulatory and hospital facilities around the state to help providers obtain meaningful use of their Electronic Healthcare Record (EHR) systems. Project Managers help customers to reduce healthcare information security risk by using Meaningful Use regulations, HIPAA regulations and other standards to assess and identify current policies, technology and procedures; analyze assessment data; report findings to management and staff; and work with clients to build plans to remediate any deficiencies.
This position is responsible for the design, development and implementation of web applications for Information Technology at Purdue. The Web Application Programmer will work as part of a team to develop innovative web applications through incorporation of modern web technology. Prepare logical database/file design. Maintain project documentation and related materials. In addition, this position will work closely with client areas to identify needs and develop creative solutions focused on interactivity and ease of use.
The focus of this position is to build and maintain strong customer relationships and serve as the primary contact for business partners. Responsible for the day to day application administration of enterprise level applications. Perform needs analysis, determine project requirements and ensure timely delivery and quality results of projects. Assess the impact of vendor application upgrades and lead the planning, testing and implementation. Test solutions, troubleshoot issues, and coordinate with partnering departments for integration testing and implementation.
Maintain University data network functionality at optimum performance with minimal disruptions of service. Plan, design, implement, and install specialized network switching equipment. Utilize network monitoring tools to analyze usage trends, and forecast potential problems. Identify network outages and determine required problem resolution, including outage and maintenance notifications. Trouble-shoot, evaluate and repair malfunctioning network equipment, both fiber optic and electronic.
Lead teams to plan, evaluate, select, implement, install, and manage projects and initiatives that pertain to campus data networks. Supervise the data network staff. Plan, develop, monitor and manage the budgets required to support the network. Assure appropriate communications and coordination with management, other IT areas and other university departments. Provide technical leadership in developing and maintaining a robust, highly reliable, highly available and disaster tolerant network environment.
Provide the overall architectural and technical oversight for the directory service, and oversight of the integration of other services to meet the strategic and tactical goals of the organization. Coordinate and maintain the current Active Directory service, review existing services, meet with supported areas, identify needs and issues, and research and design solutions; and create plans to improve the service that adhere to industry standards and compliance
The Database Administrator is responsible for the creation, support, and administration of Oracle, Microsoft SQL & MySql databases on UNIX and Windows platforms. Responsible for providing design recommendations and expertise regarding the integration and architecture of commercial application packages, databases and relevant applications. Responsible for identifying and recording gaps between business requirements and product functionality and alternative work a round based on technical feasibility. Specify and develop custom tools and utilities to extend applications; maintaining monitoring and data gathering systems for reporting and performance forensics purposes.
Reporting directly to the Chief Information Security Officer, this position will ensure the activities of the policy, compliance and outreach staff actively reflect the strategic direction of IT and the University's strategic plan. Supervise the performance of various compliance and assurance activities, including general and GLBA and HIPAA-specific risk assessments and PCI DSS compliance (as it applies to ITaP activities). Actively promote University information security policies, standards, guidelines, and procedures to ensure compliance with policy. Provide overall leadership and direction for the policy and compliance staff within IT Security and Policy.
Primary responsibilities include the administration of SunGard Banner, Blackboard Vista/Learn, and Oracle database software, including architecture, creation, support, and administration of multi-tier environments that are reliable, available and secure on Linux and Windows platforms. Recommend and implement standards, policies, and procedures to achieve agreed upon service levels by tuning, maintaining, and supporting a breadth of application infrastructure. Provide design recommendations and expertise regarding the integration and architecture of commercial application packages. Identify and record gaps between business requirements and product functionality and alternative work arounds based on technical feasibility.
The Software Engineer will create solutions to meet advanced computing needs by designing and developing applications that require high performance and distributed computing resources, scientific datasets, web and internet technologies, and graphical user interfaces. The Software Engineer will frequently work to resolve defects encountered during various testing cycles, and must be capable of adapting to changing priorities. Work within a team environment to gather requirements, participate in design reviews, implement and/or integrate new functionality, maintain systems, and assist with quality assurance.
Analysis, design, development, and support of technical solutions to integrate or compliment elements of the University's administrative computing portfolio. This portfolio consists of major ERP systems, data warehouse applications, open source systems and departmental applications. Work closely with business analysts, client areas and technical staff to identify and specify requirements for technical solutions to support business processes. Provides consultation and recommendations for alternative application solutions and comprehensive technical support for applications.
The IT Project Manager will provide expertise in managing medium to highly complex information technology projects to successful completion. Oversees enterprise application project from start to finish. Manages and coordinates all development applications including requirements definition, vendor evaluation, strategic systems planning, process reengineering, design, development, documentation, release management, and production support. Must be familiar with the system scope and project objectives, as well as the role and function of each team member, in order to effectively coordinate the activities of the team.
The Research Programmer will provide direct technical support for users of high-performance computing systems. Support is provided by helping users interact with operating systems, operational policies and procedures, commercial software, new technologies, algorithms, and materials for documentation and training.