**Extended Job Title:**
Programmer Analyst III
The Programmer Analyst III's role is to develop, test, analyze,
and maintain software applications in support of business
requirements. This position will also research, design, document,
and modify software specifications throughout the production life
cycle. Additionally, the Programmer Analyst III is also responsible
for supervising and/or leading the development of new systems,
directing changes to existing systems and controlling the
interfaces between the systems, initiating complex feasibility
studies and making recommendations of the action to be taken.
Up to 25%
For the College of Education, Department of Teacher Preparation,
duties include: Have command of the rules and guidelines associated
with the teacher incentive allotment (TIA) from Texas house bill 3.
Create, support and refine protocols and workflows enabling
designation review by grant PIs. Receive, organize, analyze,
display and archive data sets from Texas school districts
participating in the TIA. Support school district personnel in
preparing and submitting district observation and student-growth
data. Assist with evaluation and reporting to the Texas education
agency about work, volume, and obstacles associated with TIA.
Performs data validation, data cleaning, data extraction, data
transformation and data loading as needed for next steps in data
analysis Process. Supports website implementations and dashboard
embedding. Builds and maintains interactive and dynamic tableau
visualizations through data interpretation and analysis. Works with
large sets of data from many sources and authors complex queries to
present data in consumable form. Recommend, develop and implement
solutions including scripting proportions, trends, and complex
mathematical calculations and display The outcomes using bar
graphs, line graphs, pie charts, histograms, etc. Works with
internal and external stakeholders to understand their data needs
and deliver actionable insights to relevant decision-makers Perform
technical work in designing, coding, implementing, and maintaining
complex, efficient coding, queries, reports, dashboards, etc. in a
Fast paced environment. Completes application modifications to
enhance functionality, adapt to technology changes, correct
application errors. Responsible for the design, development,
documentation, analysis, creation, testing, or modification of
computer systems or programs, Including prototypes, based on user
or system design specifications. Work on designing, creating and
monitoring surveys using Qualtrics and perform data analysis on
survey data. Complete other programming tasks as assigned by
Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in computer science,
management information systems, information technology, or other
related area plus 3 years related full-time paid experience
required. A master's degree plus one year related full-time paid
experience is an alternate combination of education and experience
that is an acceptable requirement.
One year of higher education work experience in a data-intensive
environment. Knowledge of data visualization types and techniques.
Technical expertise regarding data warehousing and ETL issues.
Proficiency with tableau. Proficiency with retrieving data using
SQL. Proficiency working with website design and implementations.
Proficiency working with excel and other data formats. Proficiency
working with Qualtrics. Familiarity with teacher evaluation and
measures of student growth. Familiarity with Sharepoint.
EDUC TechTeach TED
Resume / CV
Compensation is commensurate upon the qualifications of the
individual selected and budgetary guidelines of the hiring
department, as well as, the institutional pay plan. For additional
information, please reference the institutional pay plan on the
Human Resources webpage.
As an EEO/AA employer, the Texas Tech University System and its
components will not discriminate in our employment practices based
on an applicant's race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability,
genetic information or status as a protected veteran.
Bachelor's degree in computer science, management information
systems, information technology, or other related area plus 3 years
related full-time paid experience required. A master's degree plus
one year related full-time paid experience is an alternate
combination of education and experience that is an acceptable
**Does this position work in a research laboratory?:**