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The Systems Analyst, under the direction of the Systems Coordinator, defines, develops, tests, analyzes and maintains new software applications in support of the achievement of business requirements including writing, coding, testing and analyzing software programs and applications. The Systems Analyst will help the Systems Coordinator in researching, designing, documenting and modifying software applications as required for the Department, as well as be a liaison between the Hospitals and Schulich for application, network or hardware issues. The Systems Analyst will also support the day-to-day operations of all in-house databases through maintenance, further development and user support as necessary.
The Systems Analyst will also support the Education portfolio through the development and implementation of assessment tools and processes for both the Postgraduate Medical Education Program (Internal Medicine and Subspecialties) and the Undergraduate Medical Education Program in the Department. The System Analyst provides analysis and reporting of evaluation data for both the Postgraduate Medical Education Program and the Undergraduate Medical Education Program.
- Undergraduate Degree or 3 year Community College Diploma in Computer Science or related field
- 3 years of directly related database programming experience including experience interviewing end-users for insight on functionality, interface, problems and/or usability ideas
- Experience developing test cases and test plans
- Experience in implementing principles of software design and turn them into code (object-oriented programming, modularity, separation of concerns) to improve simplicity, code re-use and maintainability
- Experience in developing data-centric applications with a focus on rich user experience and strong relational database design
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
- Proficiency in a variety of programming languages and technologies including, but not limited to, C#, VB, NET, Entity Framework, LINQ, SQL, .NET Framework
- Solid working experience in Visual Studio using Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) for source control, Entity Framework, NuGet, etc. for the development of web and desktop applications
- Solid background in relational database design
- Proven ability to translate requirements from technical and nontechnical users into effective software application solutions
- Expertise working with large scale databases and web-based evaluation programs and techniques
- Expertise with mixed-method approaches using qualitative and quantitative methods
- Working knowledge of statistical methodology
- Experience implementing Telerik controls for web development is highly preferred (i.e. Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX, MVC, etc.)
- Ability to take initiative and work collaboratively with academic and administrative staff
- Ability to work on multiple projects concurrently within tightly prescribed timelines
- Flexibility to adjust quickly to new demands & conditions
- Ability to adapt to change and master new technical and organization concepts and processes
- Communication skills to describe technical concepts effectively to both novice and sophisticated users
- Ability to write clear, concise and accurate procedural documentation
- Ability to work in a manner that models best practices in confidentiality standards
- Ability to provide solutions and ideas for improvement by using imaginative approaches where constructive thinking and innovation are required
- Problem solving skills with a sense of urgency in resolving issues and getting tasks completed
- Ability to understand customer needs and expectations and provide excellent customer service to directly and indirectly satisfy expectations
- Ability to follow formal business practices with high attention to detail
- Ability and willingness to stay abreast of technological developments
- Commitment to ongoing professional development with a desire to take on new challenges
- Computer skills with the ability to creatively use and integrate technology to improve quality and productivity
- Excellent troubleshooting ability along with hands-on expertise in technical support
- Advanced computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite
- Demonstrated ability take initiative, to work independently and follow through on work assignments
Interested applicants are asked to visit: https://recruit.uwo.ca to apply online to job reference #20096, by midnight on July 22, 2020.
The University invites applications from all qualified individuals. Western is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applications from women, members of racialized groups/visible minorities, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation, and persons of any gender identity or gender expression.
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