Applications Analyst

West Shore Community College   Scottsville, MI   Full-time     Information Services / Technology (IT)
Posted on May 8, 2022
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West Shore Community College seeks a motivated individual to fill the position of Systems and Applications Analyst. The Systems and Applications Analyst reports directly to the Director of Information Technology, and is responsible for serving as the technical expert for SharePoint/Office 365/Endpoint Manager, developing custom software solutions and MS workflows to facilitate data integration between systems, and promote efficiencies. The proper candidate will have a Bachelor's degree in computer science, information systems, or a related field of study, with relevant experience; OR a combination of gained knowledge and experience equivalent to a Bachelor's degree, and will possess programming experience in an object-oriented programming language such as C# or Java. WSCC is located in a beautiful four-season recreational area near the shore of Lake Michigan and serves a multi-county district. WSCC is uniquely positioned with beautiful facilities, up-to-date technology, talented and committed faculty and staff, and tremendous community support. The college offers a comprehensive general education curriculum designed to meet the needs of students desiring to transfer, as well as a broad selection of occupational programs for students desiring to pursue immediate employment. WSCC's Fall enrollment is currently 1,000 students. WSCC offers a full benefit package including health, dental and vision insurance, and retirement, as well as an exciting, rewarding work environment where faculty and staff are dedicated to putting students first. Starting salary for this position is $54,771. For more information about the college, visit us online at http://www.westshore.edu/. For further required qualifications, a position description, and directions on how to apply please use the following link https://www.westshore.edu/about/employment/. For best consideration, submit materials by May 23rd. EOE Web Id: 0010328787