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Software Developer, Assistive Technology Initiative Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences 53451BR
Independently perform complex applications/web development for projects of large to very large size and complexity; typically work as part of a team to implement business solutions. Responsible for all aspects of application development cycle. Code advanced and complex software solutions.
The Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) seeks a talented, creative, and enthusiastic individual to develop web and mobile tools for use in early-stage product development and advanced research. As part of the Assistive Technology Initiative (ATI), the candidate will work with teams within and beyond Harvard to build new tools for biometrics and human performance enhancement that make up the core of multiple emerging startups.
Develop applications that run on mobile targets and interact with custom hardware using communication protocols such as BLE.
Develop interfaces with custom and SaaS applications for use by multiple ATI project teams.
Work in an agile development environment, participate in the application development life cycle, and successfully deliver projects and ongoing enhancements through release management and change management processes using tools such as GitHub.
Perform unit testing and review functional test scripts to ensure that appropriate testing occurs to meet all requirements.
Ensure that applications have sophisticated scheduling tools, error handling, audit, and monitoring of data jobs and services. Participate in application audits when necessary.
Function as a technical lead and mentor peer developers.
Typical Core Duties
Participate fully in software development life cycle
Implement and support technical solutions to deliver business requirements
Identify and evaluate opportunities to improve services
Contribute ideas to coding best practices and new technologies
Draw on relationship and technical skills to act as technical liaison to internal and external clients
Abide by and follow the Harvard University IT technical standards, policies and Code of Conduct
Minimum of two years' post-secondary education or relevant work experience
Additional Qualifications and Skills
Bachelor's degree in computer science, similar technical field of study or equivalent practical experience.
Knowledge of AWS systems (including EC2, S3, CloudFront), GitHub, Bitbucket, Jira Software.
Excellent communication, analytical, problem solving, and data analysis skills.
Experience with user interface design and data visualization is a plus