Lead Programmer/Analyst

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Lead Programmer/Analyst

The Senior Programmer/Analyst is responsible for the design, implementation, and maintenance of complex hardware and software systems within the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE). The incumbent develops and supports the departmental IT infrastructure that enables the department’s research, instructional, administrative, and public service missions.

Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Engineering or a directly related field with sufficient additional training in appropriate disciplines. 2 years of experience directly related to the duties found in this position. Substantive experience with Linux, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and other Unix varieties. Broad experience across computing sub-disciplines. Advanced technical skills including programming, networking, and analytical techniques.

Master’s Degree is preferred. Experience in University environment desirable.

Applications will be accepted from October 4, 2017 to November 3, 2017. Applicants must submit their application electronically via http://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/postings/11458. Please use posting number F1700193 to apply.  Any questions can be directed to Search Committee Chair Christian Miller at cse-staff@buffalo.edu. The University at Buffalo is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Computer Science and Engineering Department

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering Department is housed in a new $75M building, and as a part of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the Computer Science and Engineering department offers both BA and BS degrees in Computer Science and a BS in Computer Engineering (accredited by ABET) as well as MS and PhD programs.

The department has over 40 tenured/tenure-track faculty, 7 teaching faculty, and approximately 1,000 undergraduate majors, 450 masters’ students, and 160 PhD students. About twenty junior faculty have been hired since 2010, and we are continuing to expand. Two members of our faculty currently hold key university leadership positions and seven members of our faculty are IEEE and/or ACM Fellows. Our faculty members are actively involved in cutting-edge research and successful interdisciplinary programs and centers devoted to biometrics; bioinformatics; biomedical computing; computational and data science and engineering, document analysis and recognition; high performance computing; information assurance and cyber security; embedded, networked and distributed systems, and sustainable transportation. In 2016, our annual research expenditure exceeded $5 million and the total amount of new awards exceeded $12 million.

University at Buffalo (UB)

The University at Buffalo (UB) is the largest and most comprehensive public university within the State of New York with approximately 20,000 undergraduate students and 10,000 graduate students. Recently established Centers of Excellence such as Sustainable Manufacturing and Advanced Robotic Technologies (SMART), RENEW and Global Health as well as ISTL and DoD’s UTC Tier 1 Center on Transportation Informatics provide many opportunities for multidisciplinary research collaboration across the university.

City and Region

Buffalo is the second largest city in New York State, and was rated the 10th best place to raise a family in America by Forbes magazine in 2010 due to its short commutes and affordability. Located in scenic Western New York, Buffalo is near the world-famous Niagara Falls, the Finger Lakes, and the Niagara Wine Trail. The city is renowned for its architecture and features excellent museums, dining, cultural attractions, and several professional sports teams, a revitalized downtown waterfront as well as a growing local tech and start-up community. Buffalo is home to Z80, a start-up incubator, and 43 North, the world’s largest business plan competition.