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IT Careers at Purdue

Build a career in ITColleagues,

On a monthly basis, information technology vacancies will be advertised here.

At its best, career & professional development is a partnership between you and your manager. The purpose of the employment website is to:

  • provide greater transparency into the variety of information technology opportunities on campus
  • emphasize information technology as a career with multiple career tracks: technical, management, project management, etc.
  • spark a dialogue between you and your manager about the necessary experiences that facilitate both vertical and lateral movement needed for career advancement

For more information, please visit Taleo or click the title of each position.

Best,
Gerry


To apply for information technology student employment opportunities, please visit the Student Employment website.

Notice: These positions are updated around the 15th of each month. The last update occurred on April 17, 2015. If you select a position that is no longer active, you will receive a notice that the position is no longer available.

Strategic Data Manager - College of Liberal Arts Administration - Job Number: 1500653

The successful candidate will capture, analyze, and interpret various data points or measures, and prepare cohesive documents or reports for audiences of varying knowledge levels and/or backgrounds. Direct, develop, implement, and monitor benchmarks for academic, faculty scholarship, research, student advising, study abroad, career development and other metrics. Provide dashboard data for the units to help manage information, identify trends, and when necessary to easily respond to surveys and other specific requests. Provide compelling data to support college proposals or initiatives.

Database & Web Administrator - College of Science Administration - Job Number: 1500718

The Database and Web Administrator creates and maintains College of Science (COS) databases for constituent reporting purposes and manages the COS web presence. Responsible for creating the vision for organizing and maintaining COS data as well as maintaining and managing COS web sites. Uses database and web technologies to gather, store, archive, and report information and content from numerous collections and providers of College of Science data.

Service Desk Manager - IT Customer Relations - Job Number: 1500725

The Service Desk Manager is responsible for managing service desk staff providing Tier 1 remote support and establishing service desk ‎performance metrics. Manage activities associated with the identification, prioritization, and resolution of reported problems in a drive for first call resolution. Ensure that all phases of service desk support are coordinated, monitored, logged, tracked, and resolved appropriately. Develop and implement a customer care philosophy to include processes and procedures to improve first call resolution and ‎customer satisfaction. ‎ Maintain and grow a qualified service desk team through innovative hiring and training techniques.

Director, Instructional Development Center - IT Teaching & Learning Technologies - Job Number: 1500721

‎The Director of the Instructional ‎Development Center will oversee a staff of 30, with four direct reports managing staff dedicated to Consulting & Training, Innovations in Technology and Learning, and Course Design & Development in support of face-to-face and online course design and development. Bring innovative leadership and vision to the Teaching and Learning Technologies department. Have a high level of faculty interaction and is responsible for planning and implementing services and programs that meet faculty instructional needs, supporting exemplary instructional practices, and acting as an advocate for enhancing the student learning experience. Play a leadership role in Purdue’s IMPACT program, which is Purdue’s centrally-supported foundational course redesign program.

Desktop Services Specialist - IT Customer Relations - Job Number: 1500703

The successful candidate will 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.

Systems Engineer - Engineering Computer Network (ECN) - Job Number: 1500702

The successful candidate will develop, coordinate and maintain an enterprise level WindowsXP, MacOS, Linux and Solaris environment as part of an integrated ECN team effort in support of research and instructional goals of the Colleges of Engineering, Technology, and Discovery Park.

Systems Engineer-Site Manager - Engineering Computer Network (ECN) - Job Number: 1500701

The successful candidate will develop, coordinate and maintain an enterprise level WindowsXP, MacOS, Linux and Solaris environment as part of an integrated Engineering Computer Network (ECN) team effort in support of research and instructional goals of the Colleges of Engineering, Technology, and Discovery Park.

Director, Institutional Assessment - Office of Institutional Research, Assessment, and Effectiveness- Job Number: 1500662

Reporting directly to the Chief Data Officer, the Director of Institutional Assessment will provide leadership of campus-wide learning outcome assessment efforts including the design and implementation of evaluation and assessment systems and programs. Work with various institutional assessment areas across campus as well as with external constituents to develop and maintain assessment programs and related analysis. Serve as the Accreditation Liaison Officer to the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and other specialized accreditation agencies. Coordinate campus-wide accreditation efforts. Provide leadership and administrative supervision to assigned staff.

Data Architect - IT Application Services - Job Number: 1500609

The Data Architect is responsible for the design, development, implementation and architecture of the data warehouse environment. Provides consultation and recommendations for enterprise solutions and technical support for enterprise data environments. Works closely with business partners to identify and specify requirements for data environments to support the University's complex reporting needs. Develops and maintains a thorough understanding of Business Intelligence processes. Provides daily production and technical support which may include on-call, non-business hour support.

Senior Application Systems Analyst - IT Application Services Job Number: 1500608

The Senior Application Systems Analyst will partner with staff supporting and using educational technologies. 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. Work ‎with development teams, software vendors and application customers to resolve issues and ‎recommend courses of action. Participate in the creation of analysis and requirements standards for the overall organization. Daily production support may include on-call, non-business hour support.

Network Administrator, Technological Infrastructure - Purdue Calumet - Hammond, IN - Job Number: 1500602

Enterprise Network Management - tools, Internet/LAN/WAN traffic, QoS, performance, latency, load balancing, reliability, alerting, reporting. Network Security - tools, monitor and analyze abnormal network traffic patterns, administered switch port level controls, administer firewall devices, network access control, IPS/IDS, and assist Information Services Security Team member.  Network Evolution - expansion, enhancement, replacement of existing switches, routers and related infrastructure, LAN/WAN bandwidth, wireless infrastructure, security, voice over IP, new and emerging technologies.

Applications Developer - Metro North/Indianapolis - Technical Assistance Program - Job Number: 1500581

The mission of the Technical Assistance Program (TAP) is to advance economic prosperity, health and quality of life in Indiana and beyond. The TAP office is a Purdue University outreach program that helps companies maximize their success by increasing profits, reducing costs, and implementing growth and innovation. This is done through various solutions, utilizing full time staff, subject matter experts, faculty, and students. Each year TAP serves hundreds of business and industry companies, healthcare providers, organizations, and government entities.

Reporting Analyst - College of Engineering Administration - Job Number: 1500577

To meet the operational data reporting requirements of the College of Engineering Dean's Office including enrollment, grade, matriculation, graduation rate and other student related reporting. Sustain and evolve the college's retention and scholarship reporting capabilities. Create reusable reporting and analysis tools used by college administrators to facilitate decision making. Partner with other members of the Data Analytics and Information team to meet annual reporting requirements and data reference needs.

Data Analyst - Office of Institutional Research, Assessment & Effectiveness - Job Number: 1500543

Reporting to the Director, Office of Institutional Research the Data Analyst will provide data analysis and database construction of elements relevant to the effectiveness of Purdue in student success, faculty activity, and resource management. Conduct research to inform decision-making by senior level administration. Perform data extraction, information analysis, and research report tasks to provide institutional information to internal and external constituents including federal and state agencies. Collaborate on data research and business intelligence projects.

Programmer/Analyst - CERIS (The Center for Environmental and Regulatory Information Systems) - Job Number: 1500487

The successful candidate will be responsible for the design, development and installation of new software products or ‎enhancements to existing software. Build and extend complex data reporting, web based applications, software, database applications, mapping applications and/or smartphone applications.

Project Manager, Experienced - IT Application Services - Job Number: 1500500

The Project Manager will provide expertise in managing small and medium single projects to successful completion and may provide assistance with management of larger projects. These projects may be contained within a single unit or span multiple business units. Assumes responsibility for projects with modest business impact. Projects managed are typically 1-6 months in length and involve individual technologies, vendors, or functions.

Full-Stack Developer (Web Application Programmer) - Office of Institutional Research, Assessment & Effectiveness - Job Number:1500462

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. ‎Work ‎with clients to assess and interpret end-user web application needs. ‎In addition, this position will ‎work closely ‎with client areas to identify needs and develop creative solutions focused on interactivity and ‎ease of use. This position also involves staying current with emerging web ‎technologies and recommending ‎development techniques that will support Purdue's computing capabilities.

Systems Engineer - IT Application Services - Job Number:1500437

The Systems Engineer will support IT teams such as database, application, virtualization, etc. to manage and maintain enterprise level IT services and tools. Collaborate across the organization to identify and creatively solve technical issues. Duties include capacity management, forecasting, and service optimization. Work with the Infrastructure Architects to evaluate and lead the technical tranisition and implementation of commercial packages along with the integration of existing services and applications. Provide leadership for complex problem/resolution activities and technical consultation for IT systems and services.

Web Application Developer - Agricultural Communication - Job Number:1500370

The successful candidate will design, develop and implement web applications; recommend and implement development techniques that will support the strategic priorities of the College of Agriculture. Work as part of an agile development team to create innovative web applications through the incorporation of technology standards. Work closely with faculty and staff to identify needs and develop creative solutions for teaching, research and Extension. Stay current with emerging technologies. Work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment focusing on rapid, high quality-product development and high-end customer service. This position has a dotted line report to Ag Information Technology (AgIT).

Web Application Programmer - Office of the Vice President for Information Technology - Job Number:1500312

The Web Application Programmer will design, develop and implement web applications. Work as part of a team to develop innovative web applications through incorporation of ‎modern web technology. Work closely ‎with client areas to identify needs and develop creative solutions focused on interactivity and ease of use. Stay current with emerging web ‎technologies and recommend development techniques that will support Purdue’s computing capabilities.

HPC Systems Administrator - IT Infrastructure Services - Job Number: 1500249

The HPC Systems Administrator will design, deploy, administer, and update large-scale research systems, related infrastructure services, grid software stacks, and operating systems. The position will be responsible for components of Purdue's computational research environment, and will work closely with researchers, systems administrators, and developers throughout the University and partner institutions. Consults with multiple IT colleagues, external research groups, and grant-funded initiatives. Administers existing cluster and grid infrastructure technologies, and researches/prototypes new systems and technologies. Participates in national computing activities by attending workshops, conferences, and potentially presenting research.

Web Applications Developer – Libraries - Job Number: 1500201

In a collaborative environment, under the general supervision of the Director of Instruction & Digital Program Services, this position performs development tasks that support the Libraries programmatic outcomes and web presence. This includes collaborating with Libraries faculty and staff on web-based learning applications that support teaching and instruction, research efforts, and information literacy. This position develops improvements and enhancements to the Libraries central website, digital collection access, and back-end infrastructure to support a dynamic web presence. In collaboration with Libraries faculty and staff, this position develops web-based learning applications for instruction and teaching.

Desktop Analyst - PC/Mac - Agriculture Information Technology - Job Number: 1500136

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.

Application Programmer - Office of the Indiana State Chemist - Job Number: 1500167

The Application Programmer for the Office of Indiana State Chemist is responsible for analysis, design and programming for department applications as needed. Responsible for the creation, maintenance and data integrity of departmental data as it relates to specific applications.

Messaging Systems Administrator - IT Infrastructure Services - Job Number: 1500060

The Messaging Systems Administrator will design and administer the messaging infrastructure environment including hardware and software infrastructure components. Install and ‎configure operating systems, monitor systems activities & applications and fine tune system parameters and configuration to optimize ‎‎performance and ensure security of systems, create and maintain user accounts, install and configure applications, identify and apply appropriate ‎software upgrades and patches. Develop and maintain operating procedures which support the messaging infrastructure ‎environment and effective use of resources.

UNIX Systems Administrator - IT Infrastructure Services - Job Number: 1403194

The successful candidate will administer the UNIX 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. Administrator Unix workstations. Administer servers and applications for instructional technology services for faculty, students, and staff.

Technical Operator VIII (Evening Shift) - IT Customer Relations - Job Number: 1403264

The Technical Operator will provide support of instructional technology in classrooms and other supported facilities. This includes support for calls from classrooms, direct support of technology in classrooms and support and training of individual instructors in classrooms. Install, monitor, replace or repair classroom equipment. Monitor systems and services and notify appropriate staff during service outages. Implement operational policies and procedures. Maintain awareness of issues with current classroom technology as well as new classroom technologies.

Programmer Analyst  - IT Application Services - Job Number: 1402956

The Programmer Analyst is responsible for 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. Implement, modify or develop business applications . Develop and maintain a thorough understanding of application development processes. Provides daily production and technical support which may include on-call, non-business hour support.

Unix Systems Administrator - Engineering Computer Network (ECN)- Job Number: 1402744

The UNIX systems Administrator is responsible for the installation, configuration and administration of Linux Operating Systems for the Engineering Computer Network. Primary duties will include the installation and management of a variety of different license management software. This includes the renewing and procurement of new and existing licenses. Secondary duties will include the evaluation, recommendation, installation and maintenance of third party software packages. Diagnosing and resolving system and software problems. Identify and apply appropriate software upgrades and patches. Provide leadership to the User and Desktop Support group to develop support procedures of UNIX systems.

Senior Web Application Developer - Agriculture Information Technology (AgIT) - Job Number: 1402395

Design, develop and implement web applications; provide technical leadership to team members and recommend development techniques that will support the strategic priorities of the College of Agriculture. Work as part of a team to develop innovative web applications through the incorporation of technology standards. Work closely with faculty and staff to identify needs and develop creative solutions towards Teaching, Research and Extension. Stay current with emerging technologies. Work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment focusing on rapid, high quality product development and high-end customer service.

Educational Technologist - IT Teaching & Learning Technologies - Job Number:1402482

The Educational Technologist will provide professional services to faculty and staff supporting the teaching and learning mission of the university. Collaborate with faculty ‎on course development projects in areas such as web development, media development, instructional design, and assessment and ‎evaluation of instructional outcomes. Conduct one-on-one consultations with faculty, staff and students. Develop faculty training ‎programs designed to promote best practices in teaching and learning technologies.

Manager, BI Operations and Development - IT Applications Services - Job Number: 1402052

The successful candidate will provide leadership, vision and direction to business intelligence competency center (BICC) operations and development staff to support the University’s business intelligence and data warehousing efforts. Direct activities in maintenance and production support as well as development of additional business intelligence solutions. Partner with other areas inside and outside the BICC to create and maintain BI solutions. Maintain a high level of operational credibility of BI solutions.

Network Engineer - IT Infrastructure Services - Job Number: 1402294

The Network Engineer will 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.

Cyberinfrastructure Engineer (Senior Scientific Applications Analyst) - Research Computing - Job Number: 1401791  

The Senior Scientific Applications Analyst will consult with researchers of high performance computing in the steps necessary to complete their ‎research including: interacting with operating ‎systems, operational policies and procedures; the evaluation ‎and implementation of new ‎technologies and ‎algorithms; and the development of materials for documentation and training.  Utilize experience, creativity and innovation to solve conceptual ‎computing problems raised by cutting edge research. Diagnose a wide range of application and data problems; ‎design, code, test, debug, install, document and maintain complex programs. 

Academic IT Specialist - Entomology - Job Number: 1401810 

The primary role of this position is to expedite connections to the IT resources necessary for both faculty and staff success in the Department of Entomology. The department operates 160 computers (PCs, Macs, desktops, laptops), 8 servers, 41 printers (including a large format printer), tablets, AV devices, smartphones and more than 50 software packages, all on a local area network embedded in the university IT network system. This position serves as the point of contact for department IT activities and coordinates our specialized IT support requirements including the ability to evaluate problems and react quickly to resolve issues.