Applications Analyst/Developer (JAVA) (102829)

University of Strathclyde - Professional Services (Information Services, Compliance, Commercial, etc.) - Information Services

FTE: 1 (35 hours/week)


An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Business Systems section of the Information Services Directorate for a self-motivated and innovative Java Applications Analyst/Developer to play a key role in the University of Strathclyde’s new Student Information Management System Project. The project will implement a flexible, efficient, responsive and robust Student Information Management System that meets the needs of our students, prospective students, staff and other stakeholders. The current phase of the project will focus on the replacement of the current VAX based central Student Records System with a bespoke Java and Oracle based system. The new Student Information Management System will help to support the University’s strategic themes of an Outstanding Student Experience, Global Engagement and Operational Excellence.

We are therefore seeking individuals with robust Java programming skills coupled with strong interpersonal and communication skills. You should have a proven track record in successful full systems lifecycle development and will require knowledge and experience of Java with Oracle RDBMS technologies. As this post will initially be focused on developments for functionality available via the University’s student and staff portal, known as Pegasus, the successful candidate will also require to have knowledge and experience of MVC architecture, JSP, PL/SQL, SQL and web technologies development.

Additionally, we are seeking an individual who embodies the University’s values of being bold, innovative, ambitious, people-oriented and collaborative.

In return you will experience a dynamic, motivated and supportive working environment, delivering highly innovative solutions for the University of Strathclyde and significantly gaining experience across all stages of the systems development life-cycle.

Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Margaret McNaughtan, Project Manager,

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