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Integration Developer

Apply now Job no: 495962
Full time/Part time: Full-time
Location: South Orange
Categories: Administrator - Information Technology & Libraries

The Integration Developer is responsible for development related to projects and tasks that include integration between systems. Integrations can include file transfers, real time API integrations, data loads and extractions into and out of databases and data warehouses, ETL design and processing, and data transfers to and from internal and external sources. This is a hands on role that will collaborate with others in the Application Development team and work with the architecture team on designing integration processes. The Integration Developer also will work on web application development projects.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Develop applications and/or scripting that exchange data between internal and external systems. This can include feed files, real time APIs, ETL, database query, insertion, and extraction, data warehouse processing, ERP integrations, identity feeds, and a variety of other integration requests from internal IT sources or business units.

Work with other positions in IT, enterprise architecture (including infrastructure architecture and cloud engineering) to maintain documentation and improve cloud and on-premises integration designs, automation, and documentation.

Analyze current integration processes and update/optimize ETL and data transfers where necessary with a focus on improving security and utilizing modern encryption standards in the transfer process. Research and evaluate new tools and approaches.

Collaborate with others in the Applications Development department. Assists with establishing and implementing best practices. Follow SDLC processes and best practices. Review data and requirements in order to provide updates to current integration processes, and clearly define new ones.

Develop web applications that support ERP processes and business functionality and work with the team to develop automated approaches for IT and University needs.

Participate in code reviews, adhering to coding standards and best practices to maintain high-quality, well-documented code.

Employ version control systems like Git to manage source code, track changes, and facilitate team-based development.

Leverage integration platforms to streamline and accelerate the development of complex integration workflows.

Create and maintain comprehensive documentation using Jira and Confluence to track project progress, technical specifications, and integration processes.

Embrace a growth mindset and actively seek opportunities to learn, adapt, and expand your skills in integration development.

Troubleshoot and resolve integration issues, working diligently to identify and address root causes.

Stay informed about emerging trends and technologies in integration and application development, contributing to the continuous improvement of our practices.

Required Qualifications:

Solid understanding of integration projects and tasks including database integrations, ETL, feed files, REST based APIs Python, Java/JavaScript and SQL.

Solid understanding of web development principles, APIs, and data exchange protocols.

The Integration Developer will require strong interpersonal skills and will attend meetings with IT and business units/functional areas.

The position requires a minimum 1-3 years of hands-on experience.

Desired Qualifications:

Experience with Agile/Scrum approach to development.

Experience using code management systems like Git, AWS CodeCommit.

Familiarity with design/implementation of SQL databases and the ability to write efficient queries and perform data manipulation tasks.

Experience with Ellucian Banner or similar enterprise systems.

Experience with AWS services and capabilities relevant to the role; understanding of automating tasks for deployment, operation and maintenance of AWS services via APIs.

Understanding of software testing methodologies and practices.

Experience working with Linux and bash scripting.

Understanding of SAML, SSO.

Salary Grade:

AD190 - Administrative



Physical Demands: General Office Environment

Special Instructions to Applicants:


Seton Hall University is committed to programs of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and the principles of affirmative action.

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