Full Stack Web Developer, IT Department, School of Law (Fixed term)
| Wake Forest University
United States, Winston Salem
|February 02, 2024
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Job Description SummaryThe web developer in the School of Law will maintain and enhance law school web services with a focus on updates necessary to facilitate the Student Information System (SIS) transition from Banner to Workday. Working with stakeholders and subject matter experts, the web developer will be responsible for the design, development, testing, and maintenance of PHP-based websites and web applications. As a member of the law school IT Department, the incumbent will handle website-related support tickets escalated by the IT Help Desk team. Additional responsibilities include the creation of custom reports as well as limited application administration and project management responsibilities.
This position has been approved as a remote position, hybrid and in-person are options as well.
Applications and Project Management
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Time Type RequirementFull time Note to Applicant:
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