This position provides services in the Identity Management Systems (IMS) team, part of University Information Technology Services (UITS). IMS leverages current technologies to serve the authentication, authorization and account management needs of the university.
Working independently, performs technical tasks including systems analysis and programming related to the development and support of the Identity Management Systems initiatives at Indiana University.
Independently owns areas of the project plan while performing analysis, programming, troubleshooting, bug-fixing, tuning, data conversions, testing, documentation, and support of team applications and services.
Collaborates with functional business clients and other teams within the central information technology organization. Develops and maintains excellent relationships with all of these groups through careful consideration and thorough communication on analysis and programming assignments.
Works as an effective leader on the team providing training, guidance, and mentoring to less experienced staff.
Demonstrates initiative, creativity, and innovation in the development of stable, maintainable, and efficient software. Designs and develops effective interfaces between systems. Assists with management of application releases.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Business Systems, or a related discipline and two years of professional experience working as a software engineer.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
Demonstrated ability to work with enterprise-scale software development. Understanding of common design patterns, service-oriented architecture, test-driven development, and agile methodology. Excellent interpersonal skills and a customer service orientation. Excellent ability to effectively communicate and exchange information. Willingness to work as part of a team in a dynamic and complex environment. Ability to use creativity in identifying complex problems and finding solutions quickly and accurately. Strong attention to detail in communicating technical issues and implementing solutions; mental discipline in resolving software problems. Ability to change priorities as project expands or project needs change.
Knowledge of identity and access management concepts including single sign-on, SAML, OpenID Connect, OAuth, role-based access and authorizations. Understanding of object-orient programming concepts and skilled in software development using Java. Working knowledge of Kubernetes or Docker. Skilled in developing highly available software solutions. Three or more years of experience.
Working Conditions / Demands
Must be able to work at a computer screen particularly for long periods of time. Must be able to perform detailed work (programs, documents, or reports); interact with staff and clients; handle the stress of performing multiple concurrent tasks with constant interruptions.
Equipment utilized: workstation, printers, copiers, telephones, videoconferencing and other office equipment.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3IT
Job Function: Information Technology
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