USC Norris Cancer Center and the Cancer Research Informatics Core (CRIC) is seeking a Programmer/Analyst III.Â Over the last 19 years the CRIC team has developed software to support the research activities of USC investigators, and the Cancer Center.
In this senior level position, you will program windows installed applications, and websites.Â You will also perform database queries, data transfers, and create reports.Â You will analyze problems, document requirements, and design software solutions.Â You will maintain and improve our most complex code frameworks.Â You will lead projects and teams, and there may be further management opportunities.
The following skills are what we are looking for.Â You do not need to have all of these skills, but more is preferred.
Front and back-end website development
SSIS (SQL Server Integration Services)
SSRS (SQL Server Reporting Services)
Official job summary:
Serves as a project leader for large and complex software application projects, or as a specialist providing technical consulting on complex projects. Formulates and defines system scope and objectives. Devises or modifies procedures to solve complex problems. Prepares detailed application design specifications. Oversees program design, coding, testing, debugging, installation, documentation and maintenance. Has full technical knowledge of programming and analysis, and instructs, directs and reviews the work of other programming staff.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree, Combined work experience and education as equivalentMinimum Experience: 3 years, Combined education/experience as substitute for minimum experienceMinimum Field of Expertise: Sound knowledge of programming and documentation procedures, programming methods, program flow charts and operator instructions. Knowledge of one or more appropriate computer languages. Competent to work independently on complex programming activities.
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