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Information Technology and Services at Mount Saint Vincent University invites applications for the one-year term position of Part-time Analyst/Programmer.
About the Opportunity
As a member of the Systems and Web Services team, the Analyst/Programmer's primary functions are systems analysis, patching/updates, problem solving, project coordination, documentation, and operational support of university administrative systems.
- Supporting web-based systems, including SharePoint, Office 365, MS Teams, report writing systems, and custom web applications.
- Supporting the Mount's ERP system (Colleague), which includes admissions, student records, finance, human resources, fund raising and advancement.
- Upgrading/patching systems, custom programming, documentation, database administration, security administration, report writing, and end user support.
- Manage databases, operating systems and related software, and required infrastructure for the administrative computing environment.
- System analysis and user requirements definition, project coordination, and implementation of new systems/features.
The Mount is seeking an IT professional to provide operational support and project support for our administrative systems. The position requires written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work both independently and in a team environment. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated problem solving skills, the ability to learn quickly, and a strong customer service ethic. A willingness to work flexible hours is necessary to meet some deadlines.
Classification: NSGEU Level 8, 1-year (50% FTE) term position
Starting Salary: $53,865 per annum (prorated as $26,932.50)
Start Date: ASAP
Application Process: If you require an accommodation at any time during the application process, please let us know. Applications should include a cover letter and resume. To apply for this position, go to www.msvu.ca/careers and follow the online application system. This competition closes on October 6, 2023.