RA III- Software Programmer
The incumbent will work alongside other researchers and software engineers as part of Dr. Keith Paustian’s research team as a software programmer. The software programmer should modify existing applications to correct errors, allow applications to adapt to new hardware, or to improve its performance. The programmer will write new code to implement solutions developed by the scientific staff. Ensure code is properly commented and follows project coding standards. Provide guidance and direction to less experienced staff, including writing and reviewing programming specifications. Actively participate in product design and code review meetings. Be able to manage multiple concurrent tasks.
Required Job Qualifications
- B.S. in computer science or related fields plus five (5) years of professional experience or Master’s degree in computer science or related fields and two (2) years of professional experience.
- Experience in software development methods, White-box and Black-box testing, and/or Web-application software programming.
- Knowledge of the software development life cycle, Object-oriented design, ASP.NET MVC and/or other design patterns.
- Understanding of performance profiling of Web applications.
- Excellent communication, problem-solving and analytical skills.
- Previous experience in developing computer-driven decision support systems for agricultural applications dealing with environmental metrics.
- Experience in working with the Daycent service and Daycent Fortran executable
Preferred Job Qualifications
Reflecting departmental and institutional values, candidates are expected to have the ability to advance the Department’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Job Duty Category
Take directions from Technical lead. Make judgement decisions, grasp new ideas, and communicate with the team members. Communicates issues before those issues impact project plans. Maintain/enhance existing software code set. Participate in detailed development reviews and demos. Performs production deployment support. Share knowledge through collaboration, training, peer review and articles.
Percentage Of Time
Job Duty Category
Task Assignment- Supervision
Help assign tasks for hourlies to help with web application development work.
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Special Instructions to Applicants
Review of complete application materials will begin August 21, 2017. Applicants should upload the following: (1) A cover letter addressing the required qualifications; (2) CV/resume; (3) unofficial transcripts; and (4) contact information of three professional references, one of who is/was an immediate supervisor, who has firsthand knowledge of an applicant’s professional abilities. References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates. For inquiries about the position, contact Kevin.Dwayne.Brown@colostate.edu. For additional information about Colorado State University, consult the university’s website at www.colostate.edu.
Conditions of Employment
Pre-employment Criminal Background Check (required for new hires)
Kevin Dwayne Brown Kevin.Dwayne.Brown@colostate.edu
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