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fold faq .NET Programmer Analyst

The Programmer Analyst provides support for Crown College’s web presence and applications and infrastructure. Responsibilities include but are not limited to reviewing, designing, documenting, estimate work and programming to specification and guidelines. This position works closely with other team members to ensure both the IT strategic plan and Crown College’s strategic and mission goals are met.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:

  • Support, maintain and enhance existing core applications using C# and .NET with SQL back end data (applications use ASP.NET, Window User Controls as directed).
  • Support, maintain, enhance and build new web sites using ASP.NET, C#, MVC, JavaScript
  • Support and maintain existing websites and web applications, troubleshooting issues as they arise and recommending improvements.
  • Participate in effort to design and build prototype for web versions of core products currently now using Windows Forms.
  • Tests and documents new applications and changes, and trains new team members.
  • Works with project owners and analysts during system design to determine needs and to plan solutions.
  • Consistently provide the highest quality, telephone and desk side support services for faculty, staff, and students of our hardware and software applications. 
  • Answer the help desk line and provide second-tier support in conjunction with Student Technicians
  • Provide first-tier technical support when the scope of work is beyond the Student Technicians
  • Monitor, document, and improve help desk ticket resolution, workflow, and ticket assignment
  • Interview, and assist with the hiring and reviews of Student Technicians
  • Assist staff in evaluation and developing specifications of computer hardware and software
  • Provide support for Security ID Cards for Faculty, Staff, and Students
  • Maintain and support security software policies and procedures
  • Implement changes to security protocols when required
  • Recommend, construct or adopt, and maintain test equipment and supplies
     

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: 

  • Fluency with common office software products, including the Microsoft Office suite
  • Experience designing and developing websites and web applications.
  • Object Oriented Programming
  • Primary Knowledge of and experience with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, C#, ASP.net.
  • Secondary knowledge of PHP and T-SQL.
  • Experience with .NET and Windows Forms applications at some point in career.
  • Overall looking for 1-5 years’ experience developing with Microsoft technologies with a later emphasis on web development.
  • Experience with Microsoft tools & technologies, including Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server, IIS, MSSQL Server.
  • Knowledge of standards-based design, cross-browser design, usability and accessibility considerations, and web multimedia production.
  • Completely on top of new web industry trends, technologies, and standards.
  • Ready and able to research, recommend, and apply new solutions as they emerge.
  • Excellent communication skills, both spoken and written.
  • Can effectively handle multiple projects in a fast-paced, changing environment.
  • Self-starter with a strong work ethic, attention to detail, and superior problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed.
  • Be in agreement with the Crown College Statement of Faith and Community Covenant.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, related field or associated technical training
  • 1 year full time experience in the IT field 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • C#, PHP, T-SQL, Mobile applications
  • Experience in a customer support role in Higher Education

To apply:

    Email (preferred) a cover letter and resume to

    Or materials may be faxed or mailed to:

    Fax: 952-446-4149

    Director of Human Resources
    Crown College
    8700 College View Dr
    St. Bonifacius, MN 55375

     

Category: Staff Positions
fold faq Graduate Assistant, School of Online Studies & Graduate School (SOS/GS)

Immediate Start    

The SOSGS Academics Graduate Assistant will assist with online course development, online student concerns, and data analysis related to the online program.  The graduate assistant will report to a program chair and work with the corresponding advisors.  Special projects will also be assigned to each assistant that will provide valuable learning experiences for future vocational opportunities or educational studies. 

This position requires enrollment in one of the Master's programs offered at the college. Enrollment is tuition free. The position is 25 hours per week/12 months per year.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:

The Graduate Assistant will help with the following:

  • Finalize syllabi for each module and update items when needed.
  • E-mail syllabi to instructors and help them order desk copies of texts.
  • Ensure that the course textbooks are properly assigned in MBS.
  • Assist with creating Blackboard course sites.
  • Assist with course standardization efforts.
  • Assist with course improvements such as adding rubrics online content, etc.
  • Process mid-course evaluations and assisting chair with mid-course corrections.
  • Process evaluations and assisting chair with course improvements stemming from evaluations.
  • Assist advisors in following up with attendance issues at the beginning of each Mod. (Google Doc. entries, Monitor the Online Advisor e-mail account)
  • Assist advisors in developing education plans for students.
  • Assist enrollment team and advisors with new student transitional issues.
  • Follow up with students on financial hold lists.
  • Coordinate book vouchers.
  • Track students to determine which are falling behind in their work.
  • Track faculty to determine which are not active in their courses.
  • Track courses to stay on top of revisions that need to be made.
  • Support OMS assessment work (prepare OMS rubrics, schedule OMS collections, and analyze results)

Graduate Assistant special projects may include the following:

  • Assist program chairs in revising one class per semester.
  • Serve as a teaching assistant in one class per semester (depending on student background, major, and goals).
  • Assist the program chairs in developing a new analytics project to improve course offerings, overall design, and scheduling in order to maximize course enrollment and student satisfaction.
  • Assist the program chairs and advisors in developing a new analytics project to help improve retention, course loads, graduation times and student support.
  • Assist with program reviews.
  • Assist program chairs with a special project (i.e. a better conditional student admission process; faculty training initiatives, new program development, community partnerships, program research)
  • Assist with Facebook page, Crown Online Now blog, and other social media.

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: 

  • Excellent communication skills and ability to relate in a cultural setting.  Highly motivated individual with an ability to work towards a goal with limited supervision at times.
  • Enrollment in one of Crown’s various Master’s degree programs.
  • Strong interpersonal, leadership, organizational, communication skills.
  • Knowledge of and experience using social media.
  • Be in agreement with the Crown College Statement of Faith and Community Covenant.

  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree
  • Previous college level work experience (helpful but not required)

 PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS (in addition to the above minimum qualifications): 

  • Computer skills – Database Management (Experience with Microsoft Access and Excel), Learning Management System experience.

 To apply:

Email a cover letter and resume as attachments to 

 

 

 

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