DIRECTOR OF ELECTRONIC RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION
It takes a team of extraordinary talent to propel a university on the rise. When you work at Stevens, you join a talented, diverse, and inclusive community of employees who work together to support the education, research, and innovation mission of the University.
The successful candidate will play a pivotal role for the Vice Provost of Research Innovation as s/he:
- Manages the latter stages of implementation of InfoEd eRA, including validating, troubleshooting and prioritizing issues for multiple modules.
- Develops and provides a solid understanding of InfoEd eRA modules from a technical and functional perspective.
- Develops, maintains, and delivers System End User training material.
- Manages the process of configuring and establishing workflow logic, routing and custom forms within the InfoEd eRA application, including HTML, java scripting and complex system design.
- Supports the Research Administration offices with adaptation to and use of the InfoEd eRA system, including technical support and training.
- Creates test scripts, test strategies and execute system and regression tests for new fixes and regression testing for upgrades and patch maintenance cycles.
- Serves as the liaison between business owners, end users and the university’s IT function.
- Designs, documents, and recommends appropriate system configurations according to defined university IT standards.
- Develops business design documentation for software enhancements, modifications, and interfaces.
- Provides communication to campus regarding system issues, upgrades, and maintenance
- Records and tracks all issues that arise during implementation or post-production and facilitates discussions with the vendor to work out resolutions to issues that cannot be addressed through system configuration or business process.
- Contributes to project planning efforts by providing estimates and input into tasks.
- Works with business owners to define, document and prioritize functional requirements.
- Develops a broad understanding of the InfoEd eRA application and underlying technical architecture.
- Participates in multi-function technical meetings regarding all InfoEd eRA modules being deployed.
- Assists as appropriate with the deployment of Enterprise and other modules
- A bachelor's degree in computer science, management/computer information systems, computer engineering, information technology, or a directly related field from an accredited institution.
- 5 years of professional level experience with application support/troubleshooting, enterprise software configurations, end user training or technical testing.
NOTE: A combination of education and related technical/paraprofessional experience may be substituted for the bachelor's degree on a year for year basis.
- Master's Degree in Business, Information Technology, or related field.
- Experience with research administration, especially sponsored projects.
- Experience in a Higher Education setting.
- Testing enterprise level software.
- Experience with relational database design, structure, and maintenance.
- Experience with InfoEd or another Sponsored Research management software suite.
- Ability to communicate effectively, both in writing and orally.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees at all levels throughout the institution.
- Demonstrated commitment and leadership ability to advance diversity and inclusion.
- Strong customer service and the ability to be flexible and highly organized
- Ability to manage time effectively and work under tight deadlines
- Ability to troubleshoot systems with documentation and beyond documentation, persisting until a fix is complete
- Ability to implement and support complex software applications
- Ability to coordinate with multiple groups (business and technical) to find working solutions
- Knowledge of project management
- Self-motivated and proactive, taking initiative to solve problems and recruit assistance for those solutions quickly
- Ability to test enterprise level software
- Reliable attendance during business hours
The successful candidate must be a U.S. Person
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In order to be considered a candidate for any job at Stevens, you must submit an online application. Please attach a cover letter and resume with each application. Other requirements for consideration may depend on the job.
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