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Programmer/Analyst III

Job Duties

Design, program, maintain, document and support applications for fiscal services and administrative activities throughout the School of Medicine. Develop database applications and create corresponding reports utilizing available data elements for efficient use on a network system. Analyze and modify existing database programs and reports written in Microsoft Excel, VB.Net, Access. Provide adhoc reports and front end applications using the Structured Query Language (SQL). Ensure that developed applications meet mutually agreed performance criteria worked out in advance with end users. Work with users throughout the School in designing complex application systems. Determine source data from mainframe fro downloading purposes. Teach and support users, advise users, stored procedures to view or update the data in these periodic extracts, which are used by web based front-ends. Redesign and implement migration of mission critical database to SQL Server. Develop data entry and reporting software for Microsoft Internet Explorer using a variety of tools including Microsoft Visual Studio.Net, Visual Basic, Component Object Model, Microsoft Transaction Server, Active Server Pages, Internet Information Server, HTML. Maintain, document and support the Dean's Office SQL Server.

Job Qualifications

Required working knowledge of Windows and Windows-based software applications. Ability to program in the following languages: Access, VB.Net 2005, SQL, HTML, VBA, Visual Basic, Foxpro. Required working knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Internet Information Server, Microsoft Transaction Server, Active Server pages. Ability to quickly learn and become proficient in new programming languages and technologies such as object-oriented programming and fourth generation languages. Demonstrated ability to analyze complex technical and administrative information to identify relevant concerns and recognize alternatives, and to formulate logical and objective conclusions. Demonstrated ability to work both independently and in team-oriented environment; to follow through on assignments with minimal direction; and to independently prioritize work. Demonstrated oral communications skills to speak effectively on a one-to-one basis and in groups having a wide range of computer literacy, to convey information, and to clarify conceptual issues and policy matters. Highly developed interpersonal skills to work effectively with staff, faculty and administrators. Ability to work with frequent interruptions and competing priorities. General knowledge of UCLA policies and procedures.


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Summary Information

  • Job Title: Programmer/Analyst III
  • UCLA Title: Programmer/Analyst III
  • Job Num.: H69748
  • Work Hours: Mon - Friday, hrs to be arranged
  • Work Location: 924 Westwood Blvd
  • Job Type: Career
  • Duration: Indefinite
  • Minimum Salary: $26.76 / $4656
  • Maximum Salary: $52.81 / $9188
  • Layoff Referral Deadline: 12/26/2013
  • Bargaining Unit: 99

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