The Identity and Access Management (IAM) Team currently has an exciting job opportunity for an Integration Engineer.

Working at the University

The University of Texas at Austin is a nationally ranked, tier-one research institution and one of the largest employers in central Texas, offering thousands of career opportunities in a wide variety of fields. UT is located in the heart of Austin, a vibrant city that frequently appears on lists of best cities to live and work. Committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse and talented workforce, the University offers competitive salaries and benefits, an extensive support network, and above all, an enriching and highly collaborative community that is deeply passionate about our vision for higher education and public service.

Perks of the Job

UT supports an excellent work-life balance while offering the opportunity to contribute to the success of the University?s teaching, research, and public service mission. Flexible work schedules and work from home opportunities enable our employees to balance personal and work obligations. Employees are entitled to generous vacation, sick, and holiday leave, and can earn compensatory time off. UT supports the professional development of our employees, including training and conferences, as well as a staff educational benefit that covers the cost of tuition for one University course per semester. Employees also enjoy a wide range of other perks like free access to Capital Metro bus and rail system, Lynda.com Online Learning, 17 University Libraries, discounts to performing arts and athletic events, and much more.

What You’ll Do

The IAM team implements and supports technologies and methods that improve online security, reliability, and ease of access for the University’s students, faculty, staff, and affiliates. We are in the process of a modernizing our services to take advantage of new technologies and use them to improve user experience. Our team members dive deep into our services to understand our systems, processes, and customers. As a member of our team you will have the opportunity to build expertise in the IAM arena while contributing to the mission of the University.

What We’re Looking For

Integration Engineer

We are looking for a smart problem solver who is enthusiastic about technical challenges to join us as a software integration engineer. As part of a team that is often at the middle of what is happening in the technical realm on campus, you are ready to balance priorities and contribute to multiple efforts. You’re interested in staying on top of technological trends and suggesting tools and techniques to improve the way we work. You’re excited about learning new tools along with the team as we undertake a major modernization effort. You’re interested in systems analysis and development as well as integrating 3rd-party software to meet the needs of the University. You are not afraid to dig in to legacy code when our existing applications need attention. You’re up for engaging in the full software development lifecycle, from code reviews and testing to release management and documentation.

Senior Software Developer Analyst

The IAM team is an engaged team that is often at the middle of what is happening in the technical realm on campus. We’re looking for smart problem solvers who want to dig in to complex business problems and grow their technical skills. This position will support the team’s modernization efforts. Good candidates will be comfortable analyzing legacy systems (Natural/Adabas skills are a plus) while also embracing the opportunity to learn new tools, like SailPoint IIQ. We’re also looking for excellent communication, documentation, and customer service skills.

If this sounds like a good fit for you, review the requirements of the position and apply here:

Software (Integration) Engineer

https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/hr/jobs/nlogon/170925019369 external link

Senior Software Developer Analyst


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