New York University School of Law has an opportunity for a programmer analyst with strong Cold Fusion and SQL experience.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform application and systems programming including systems analysis for MIS and Web Services. Consult with and advise faculty and staff on the design, development, and implementation of database and web services. Design flowcharts. Code, test and debug new operating system programs, and maintain existing administrative systems. Maintain and enhance School website utilizing web-based programming techniques to create online forms, virtual forums, and other multimedia programming solutions. Participate in the installation and management of School's Internet and Intranet web servers; maintain statistics, accounts and logs, and ensure back-up and recovery of files. Report to Manger of MIS & Web Services.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree and minimum 2 years' relevant systems analysis, implementation, and programming experience, including web-based program design. Knowledge of C++, Cold Fusion, Microsoft SQL, HTML, UNIX, Perl, CGI scripting, Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Flash, Windows NT, and MS Access. Excellent analytical, interpersonal, and communication skills. Master's degree in Information Systems, experience with web server set-up and knowledge of C or Perl and relational databases preferred.

BENEFITS: New York University has excellent benefits, including comprehensive medical and dental for self and eligible family members, tuition remission at NYU, attractive match for 403(b) retirement plan, 22 paid vacation days, 14 paid holidays, plus access to a host of cultural and educational opportunities in a great organization!

TO APPLY: For full consideration, applicants MUST apply via MATCH, NYU's job portal. Go to http://www.nyu.edu/hr/jobs/apply , then click the "external applicants" link, and place requisition number 2898 as keyword. No calls/emails/faxes/walk-ins, please. NYU is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and encourages women and members of underrepresented populations to apply.

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