University of Waterloo

  • Information Systems Specialist (PeopleSoft Developer)

    Requisition ID
    Job Category
    5170 - Information Systems and Techno
    Job Status
    Regular Full-Time
    Hiring Range
    $59,433 - $88,329
  • Overview

    The PeopleSoft Developer is part of a technical team focused on the support and enhancement of the Student Information System (Quest) at the University of Waterloo. Using the PeopleTools development suite, the developer provides production support and works on a variety of projects and assignments to maintain and improve the PeopleSoft Campus Solutions student system.


    As part of the Student Information System (SIS) team:

    • Provides production support during business hours
    • Works with a team lead, and subject matter experts to develop, test and debug new functionality
    • Maintains enhancements, customizations, interfaces and batch processes
    • Creates queries, and reports using the PeopleTools development suite


    • A post-secondary education in a related discipline, or equivalent education and experience
    • Ability to identify solution options and risks, and perform required technical analyses
    • Exceptional technical analysis and problem solving
    • Experience working with system integrations/interfaces
    • Experience working with object oriented programming
    • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate technical ideas effectively with end users
    • Capacity to work well independently, as well as collaborate with other team members
    • Able to manage multiple tasks concurrently, while maintaining a strong focus on detail
    • Experience following development standards and best practices (including documentation, testing, migration procedures)
    • Previous work in a PeopleSoft enterprise system or any large ERP system is an asset
    • Previous work in a production support environment is an asset
    • Experience in a University environment is an asset


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