NORC Full Stack Software Engineer in Chicago, Illinois
Full Stack Software Engineer
Job no: 493821
Work type: Regular Full-Time
Location: Chicago – 55 East Monroe Street, IL
Capability Area: Application Development
NORC at the University of Chicago, an objective and non-partisan research organization with more than 75 years of leadership in data collection, program evaluation, data analysis, and information dissemination, seeks a Full Stack Software Engineer for the Application Development Department.
NORC IT produces high quality, processing intensive software designed to improve project efficiency and accuracy while at the same time providing a cost savings benefit. We have experts on staff in all industry recognized platforms, development environments, and data management systems.
• Design, develop, and unit-test software solutions to be leveraged by multiple projects
• Work with cross-functional team on requirements, use cases, service and/or database integration, and end-to-end test scenarios
• Identifying, prototyping, and learning new technologies and platforms
• Contribute to and maintain process improvements
• B.S. in Computer Science or equivalent
• At least 3 years of hands-on development experience, 5 years preferred
• Full stack development, back-end; Java, Hibernate, Spring JUnit, XML, SQL
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Experience with SDLC, including requirements, design, implementation, build and release/deployment, and production support
• Software development methodologies; Scrum/Agile, Waterfall, Kanban/Lean
• Apache Tomcat, Eclipse IDE, Subversion/SVN, Git/Stash version control
• RDBS such as SQL-Server, or Oracle
• Open source participation, and/or code management with overlapping and concurrent release schedules of different code branches
Additional Preferred Skills:
• Mobile/Android development experience
• Python, Django, PostgreSQL DB
• Familiarity with Survey or Market Research
NORC at the University of Chicago is an objective, non-partisan research institution that delivers reliable data and rigorous analysis to guide critical programmatic, business, and policy decisions. Since 1941, NORC has conducted groundbreaking studies, created and applied innovative methods and tools, and advanced principles of scientific integrity and collaboration. Today, government, corporate, and nonprofit clients around the world partner with NORC to transform increasingly complex information into useful knowledge.
NORC conducts research in five main areas: Economics, Markets, and the Workforce; Education, Training, and Learning; Global Development; Health and Well-Being; and Society, Media, and Public Affairs.
We provide comprehensive and integrated services that span the research cycle, and offer solutions that anticipate and address critical needs in research and data science. We approach all work with deep technical expertise, a spirit of collaboration, and a commitment to scientific integrity.
A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE:
As one of the oldest not-for-profit, academic research organizations in the United States, and through its affiliation with the University of Chicago, NORC maintains the highest standard of professional excellence and scientific rigor, and is committed to broad dissemination of its findings.
A PASSION FOR INNOVATION:
NORC’s subject matter experts and survey professionals develop and employ innovative study designs, research methods, and technical applications to derive meaningful and accurate results.
A COMMITMENT TO COLLEGIALITY:
NORC cultivates an interdisciplinary culture of achievement in which senior investigators from diverse fields and professional backgrounds collaborate with the next generation of researchers in an open, collegial environment.
NORC is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer that values and actively seeks diversity in the workforce. NORC evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and other legally- protected characteristics.
Advertised: May 8, 2018Central Daylight Time